Total Dairy Program payments in Lamar County, Georgia totaled $324,370 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Total Dairy Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Total Dairy Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$1,032,026,57820.9%20.9%
2California$461,014,5579.3%30.2%
3New York$443,473,6429.0%39.2%
4Pennsylvania$416,469,1008.4%47.6%
5Minnesota$395,286,0138.0%55.6%
6Michigan$221,321,5634.5%60.1%
7Ohio$181,782,1593.7%63.8%
8Iowa$166,055,0863.4%67.1%
9Texas$135,457,7802.7%69.9%
10Vermont$107,637,5162.2%72.1%
11Idaho$103,802,7512.1%74.2%
12Washington$95,020,9761.9%76.1%
13Illinois$88,812,4781.8%77.9%
14Missouri$84,726,8651.7%79.6%
15Indiana$77,866,0331.6%81.2%
16Virginia$77,185,4731.6%82.7%
17Kentucky$67,533,0081.4%84.1%
18Tennessee$54,538,7231.1%85.2%
19New Mexico$52,788,0021.1%86.3%
20Oregon$49,567,2861.0%87.3%
21South Dakota$49,520,8651.0%88.3%
22Maryland$46,075,3300.9%89.2%
23Utah$44,059,7270.9%90.1%
24Georgia$43,029,1680.9%91.0%
25Kansas$40,287,7700.8%91.8%
26North Carolina$38,787,4660.8%92.6%
27Nebraska$34,686,2860.7%93.3%
28Florida$31,607,3430.6%93.9%
29Colorado$30,075,9100.6%94.5%
30Oklahoma$27,580,8930.6%95.1%
31Arizona$27,256,0230.6%95.6%
32Maine$27,157,2950.5%96.2%
33Louisiana$22,395,0530.5%96.6%
34North Dakota$19,225,9850.4%97.0%
35Mississippi$18,036,4690.4%97.4%
36Connecticut$15,930,0880.3%97.7%
37Massachusetts$15,814,5500.3%98.0%
38Arkansas$14,870,2300.3%98.3%
39Montana$13,382,1000.3%98.6%
40South Carolina$12,938,4770.3%98.9%
41New Hampshire$12,521,5130.3%99.1%
42Alabama$9,574,6720.2%99.3%
43New Jersey$9,138,3200.2%99.5%
44West Virginia$9,095,5330.2%99.7%
45Nevada$6,726,3930.1%99.8%
46Delaware$4,622,6290.1%99.9%
47Wyoming$2,413,8730.0%99.9%
48Rhode Island$1,017,9240.0%100.0%
49Hawaii$977,2320.0%100.0%
50Alaska$547,1740.0%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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