Corn Subsidies in Carroll County, Georgia totaled $92,418 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Corn Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$19,444,666,20017.1%17.1%
2Illinois$16,444,869,63614.4%31.5%
3Nebraska$13,079,059,21411.5%43.0%
4Minnesota$10,861,056,1029.5%52.5%
5Indiana$8,163,666,9077.2%59.7%
6South Dakota$6,347,406,7755.6%65.3%
7Ohio$5,134,632,5054.5%69.8%
8Wisconsin$4,915,106,0914.3%74.1%
9Kansas$4,428,117,0563.9%78.0%
10Missouri$3,975,063,0843.5%81.5%
11Michigan$3,080,222,3212.7%84.2%
12North Dakota$2,895,402,9912.5%86.7%
13Texas$2,629,314,2192.3%89.0%
14Kentucky$1,821,429,8921.6%90.6%
15Colorado$1,695,613,7961.5%92.1%
16North Carolina$1,023,027,7480.9%93.0%
17Pennsylvania$983,650,4380.9%93.9%
18New York$959,777,0340.8%94.7%
19Tennessee$779,095,3250.7%95.4%
20Maryland$520,019,7550.5%95.9%
21Virginia$511,100,0130.4%96.3%
22Mississippi$469,404,9790.4%96.7%
23Georgia$456,246,9340.4%97.1%
24Louisiana$449,145,9460.4%97.5%
25South Carolina$391,245,7380.3%97.9%
26California$372,019,8600.3%98.2%
27Arkansas$305,396,8180.3%98.4%
28Oklahoma$301,722,0880.3%98.7%
29Alabama$231,156,1180.2%98.9%
30Delaware$168,242,8360.1%99.1%
31New Mexico$150,207,9550.1%99.2%
32Idaho$134,515,3000.1%99.3%
33Washington$102,870,6680.1%99.4%
34Wyoming$96,187,4000.1%99.5%
35Vermont$81,675,1070.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$79,225,5390.1%99.6%
37Montana$62,063,2280.1%99.7%
38West Virginia$60,454,8820.1%99.7%
39Florida$59,409,7620.1%99.8%
40Arizona$51,356,6840.0%99.8%
41Oregon$45,661,5390.0%99.9%
42Utah$45,460,1970.0%99.9%
43Maine$31,616,1770.0%99.9%
44Connecticut$29,065,6450.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$20,864,1830.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$14,905,4740.0%100.0%
47Nevada$1,557,8810.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$946,0770.0%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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