Cotton Subsidies in Candler County, Georgia totaled $34.8 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving cotton subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Cotton Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$14,332,103,37236.0%36.0%
2Mississippi$4,980,253,50912.5%48.5%
3Georgia$3,548,731,5548.9%57.4%
4California$3,292,067,5518.3%65.7%
5Arkansas$2,304,075,1725.8%71.5%
6Louisiana$2,030,454,4865.1%76.6%
7North Carolina$1,904,475,6144.8%81.4%
8Tennessee$1,589,330,0454.0%85.3%
9Alabama$1,578,796,3804.0%89.3%
10Arizona$1,259,875,6193.2%92.5%
11South Carolina$767,014,3621.9%94.4%
12Missouri$757,345,7711.9%96.3%
13Oklahoma$725,197,1921.8%98.1%
14Florida$271,877,1780.7%98.8%
15Virginia$230,387,1450.6%99.4%
16New Mexico$191,925,7200.5%99.9%
17Kansas$50,209,5580.1%100.0%
18Kentucky$329,7760.0%100.0%
19Ohio$233,6070.0%100.0%
20Maryland$117,2060.0%100.0%
21Iowa$94,0190.0%100.0%
22Nebraska$70,8470.0%100.0%
23Illinois$68,5380.0%100.0%
24Minnesota$49,5800.0%100.0%
25Colorado$42,3080.0%100.0%
26Wisconsin$36,0540.0%100.0%
27Indiana$21,8820.0%100.0%
28Montana$16,0740.0%100.0%
29South Dakota$11,3950.0%100.0%
30Delaware$5,5240.0%100.0%
31Idaho$1350.0%100.0%
32North Dakota$60.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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