Livestock Subsidies in Jeff Davis County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2019

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2019

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$68,408,85510.2%10.2%
2Minnesota$56,370,3788.4%18.5%
3California$51,724,3277.7%26.2%
4Texas$50,716,5037.5%33.7%
5Wisconsin$37,711,4225.6%39.3%
6Oklahoma$36,954,3815.5%44.8%
7South Dakota$31,458,7444.7%49.5%
8Nebraska$26,952,4174.0%53.5%
9Kansas$25,647,8103.8%57.3%
10Illinois$22,487,6803.3%60.6%
11Oregon$22,076,4343.3%63.9%
12Missouri$17,534,9572.6%66.5%
13New York$17,067,9042.5%69.0%
14Idaho$16,883,6782.5%71.5%
15New Mexico$15,418,1082.3%73.8%
16Colorado$14,887,1832.2%76.0%
17Indiana$14,806,2502.2%78.2%
18Michigan$14,503,1372.2%80.4%
19Ohio$14,338,2602.1%82.5%
20Montana$14,243,9772.1%84.6%
21Pennsylvania$11,679,8561.7%86.3%
22Arizona$10,413,1751.5%87.9%
23Washington$9,400,1841.4%89.3%
24Utah$9,158,2221.4%90.6%
25Florida$7,155,4101.1%91.7%
26Georgia$5,971,4990.9%92.6%
27North Dakota$5,539,4330.8%93.4%
28Wyoming$5,523,5220.8%94.2%
29North Carolina$4,896,3790.7%95.0%
30Kentucky$4,080,1580.6%95.6%
31Vermont$3,559,9280.5%96.1%
32Nevada$3,118,0680.5%96.6%
33Louisiana$2,983,8260.4%97.0%
34Arkansas$2,894,6800.4%97.4%
35South Carolina$2,635,4260.4%97.8%
36Tennessee$2,569,9890.4%98.2%
37Massachusetts$2,125,5540.3%98.5%
38Virginia$2,113,4660.3%98.8%
39Alabama$2,090,1120.3%99.1%
40Hawaii$1,263,6730.2%99.3%
41Maryland$1,135,5310.2%99.5%
42Maine$936,6340.1%99.6%
43Mississippi$755,9260.1%99.8%
44Connecticut$588,1420.1%99.8%
45West Virginia$393,2440.1%99.9%
46New Hampshire$350,4670.1%99.9%
47New Jersey$206,6490.0%100.0%
48Delaware$103,8080.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$26,6160.0%100.0%
50Alaska$3,6450.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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