Soybean Subsidies in Florida totaled $8.8 million from 1995-2017.

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$5,117,743,56613.7%13.7%
2Illinois$4,863,963,81213.0%26.7%
3Minnesota$3,930,434,04210.5%37.2%
4Indiana$2,793,950,9227.5%44.6%
5South Dakota$2,490,934,6596.7%51.3%
6Nebraska$2,430,075,8856.5%57.8%
7Missouri$2,428,162,1026.5%64.2%
8Ohio$2,320,808,1336.2%70.4%
9North Dakota$1,992,700,3075.3%75.8%
10Kansas$1,456,345,2713.9%79.6%
11Arkansas$1,181,674,7533.2%82.8%
12Michigan$895,697,7382.4%85.2%
13Mississippi$828,833,5742.2%87.4%
14Wisconsin$798,974,6262.1%89.5%
15North Carolina$728,232,8241.9%91.5%
16Kentucky$653,357,2781.7%93.2%
17Tennessee$514,740,2511.4%94.6%
18Louisiana$497,832,3961.3%95.9%
19Virginia$254,199,0410.7%96.6%
20Maryland$238,878,4840.6%97.3%
21South Carolina$190,285,7990.5%97.8%
22Pennsylvania$176,908,4860.5%98.2%
23Oklahoma$134,259,6300.4%98.6%
24Alabama$126,945,6150.3%98.9%
25Texas$104,544,0290.3%99.2%
26Delaware$83,710,3230.2%99.4%
27Georgia$81,449,5910.2%99.7%
28New York$69,110,9130.2%99.8%
29New Jersey$38,761,0640.1%99.9%
30Florida$8,798,8960.0%100.0%
31West Virginia$6,981,0110.0%100.0%
32Colorado$5,341,6740.0%100.0%
33Vermont$776,3400.0%100.0%
34Maine$478,9970.0%100.0%
35Montana$137,7740.0%100.0%
36Washington$69,2750.0%100.0%
37New Mexico$60,4140.0%100.0%
38Oregon$28,5890.0%100.0%
39Massachusetts$28,4210.0%100.0%
40Arizona$27,3590.0%100.0%
41California$21,4240.0%100.0%
42New Hampshire$17,4330.0%100.0%
43Utah$11,4900.0%100.0%
44Idaho$8,9900.0%100.0%
45Wyoming$4,6620.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$4,3670.0%100.0%
47Nevada$6470.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$530.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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