Wheat Subsidies in Long County, Georgia totaled $77,591 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$7,754,888,95316.0%16.0%
2North Dakota$7,519,296,13315.5%31.5%
3Oklahoma$4,035,297,3448.3%39.9%
4Montana$3,829,373,8427.9%47.8%
5Texas$3,597,936,4277.4%55.2%
6South Dakota$2,411,381,3795.0%60.2%
7Washington$2,300,031,8124.7%64.9%
8Colorado$2,001,261,1734.1%69.0%
9Minnesota$1,982,684,8314.1%73.1%
10Idaho$1,592,577,5843.3%76.4%
11Nebraska$1,563,302,9473.2%79.7%
12Missouri$1,184,438,7082.4%82.1%
13Illinois$945,067,4352.0%84.0%
14Oregon$923,288,3181.9%86.0%
15Ohio$790,171,7851.6%87.6%
16Arkansas$771,887,1041.6%89.2%
17California$684,645,0451.4%90.6%
18Michigan$497,948,2301.0%91.6%
19Indiana$473,594,6801.0%92.6%
20North Carolina$417,334,8070.9%93.5%
21Kentucky$409,250,4350.8%94.3%
22Tennessee$332,344,1620.7%95.0%
23Georgia$292,710,7700.6%95.6%
24Mississippi$259,937,7070.5%96.1%
25New Mexico$259,299,0890.5%96.7%
26South Carolina$180,362,0100.4%97.0%
27Virginia$177,628,9180.4%97.4%
28Louisiana$161,926,4460.3%97.7%
29Arizona$153,579,5790.3%98.1%
30Alabama$141,612,2550.3%98.3%
31Wisconsin$136,331,5740.3%98.6%
32Utah$136,102,9890.3%98.9%
33Wyoming$135,563,0570.3%99.2%
34Maryland$111,472,2580.2%99.4%
35New York$90,362,8770.2%99.6%
36Pennsylvania$63,655,1440.1%99.7%
37Delaware$36,077,7750.1%99.8%
38Iowa$34,621,7610.1%99.9%
39Nevada$19,675,4140.0%99.9%
40Florida$17,533,6490.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$14,065,5540.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$4,618,8340.0%100.0%
43Maine$457,8760.0%100.0%
44Vermont$234,1660.0%100.0%
45Alaska$19,8920.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$15,0710.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$11,1710.0%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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