Commodity subsidies in Dodge County, Georgia totaled $3.6 million in 2017

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2017

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$705,024,3599.8%9.8%
2Nebraska$666,266,3239.3%19.1%
3Kansas$517,499,9037.2%26.3%
4Arkansas$492,897,5496.9%33.1%
5Illinois$387,950,2315.4%38.5%
6North Dakota$370,625,1015.2%43.7%
7Indiana$294,877,0534.1%47.8%
8Ohio$286,609,9524.0%51.7%
9Georgia$270,968,2313.8%55.5%
10South Dakota$265,617,5423.7%59.2%
11Missouri$250,760,0373.5%62.7%
12Montana$242,217,1883.4%66.1%
13Iowa$233,679,3043.2%69.3%
14Minnesota$225,328,3923.1%72.4%
15Louisiana$204,322,2612.8%75.3%
16Oklahoma$198,926,8082.8%78.0%
17Colorado$168,371,2612.3%80.4%
18Mississippi$162,310,4162.3%82.6%
19Michigan$159,823,0522.2%84.9%
20Idaho$110,575,1191.5%86.4%
21North Carolina$106,725,1191.5%87.9%
22Washington$103,575,6021.4%89.3%
23Kentucky$96,541,2861.3%90.7%
24Alabama$86,599,7131.2%91.9%
25Tennessee$71,004,3801.0%92.9%
26Wisconsin$61,188,6040.9%93.7%
27California$56,638,8750.8%94.5%
28Virginia$49,834,8420.7%95.2%
29New York$47,462,8770.7%95.8%
30Oregon$42,823,2410.6%96.4%
31Pennsylvania$40,479,3540.6%97.0%
32South Carolina$40,244,0960.6%97.6%
33New Mexico$35,810,6320.5%98.1%
34Maryland$33,709,1580.5%98.5%
35Florida$32,106,0850.4%99.0%
36Arizona$18,747,6910.3%99.2%
37Utah$14,545,6420.2%99.4%
38Wyoming$14,330,2620.2%99.6%
39Delaware$12,166,8310.2%99.8%
40New Jersey$4,971,9320.1%99.9%
41West Virginia$2,860,3540.0%99.9%
42Maine$1,858,0480.0%99.9%
43Nevada$1,174,3220.0%100.0%
44Vermont$980,4780.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$838,1680.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$586,9510.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$492,0470.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$49,1160.0%100.0%
49Alaska$18,1590.0%100.0%
50Hawaii$5,9790.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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