Canola Subsidies in Elbert County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2017

States Receiving canola subsidies, 2017

Rank State Canola Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$101,203,33589.4%89.4%
2Oklahoma$2,895,5452.6%91.9%
3Minnesota$2,347,3602.1%94.0%
4Montana$2,220,1182.0%96.0%
5Idaho$1,465,7231.3%97.3%
6Kansas$996,0800.9%98.2%
7Washington$649,8210.6%98.7%
8Texas$590,8100.5%99.3%
9Oregon$359,6680.3%99.6%
10Kentucky$102,8760.1%99.7%
11Colorado$83,4960.1%99.7%
12Alabama$77,5770.1%99.8%
13Georgia$49,7250.0%99.8%
14South Dakota$49,3250.0%99.9%
15South Carolina$37,2030.0%99.9%
16Tennessee$35,5330.0%100.0%
17North Carolina$24,4450.0%100.0%
18Maine$12,9860.0%100.0%
19California$7,7470.0%100.0%
20Illinois$1,8800.0%100.0%
21Pennsylvania$1,4100.0%100.0%
22Arizona$1,1010.0%100.0%
23Michigan$9090.0%100.0%
24Missouri$6870.0%100.0%
25Wisconsin$6660.0%100.0%
26Nebraska$3630.0%100.0%
27Utah$1250.0%100.0%
28Virginia$1110.0%100.0%
29Arkansas$320.0%100.0%
30Indiana$210.0%100.0%
31West Virginia$120.0%100.0%
32Ohio$70.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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