Dairy Program Subsidies in Walker County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2020

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$23,312,61822.7%22.7%
2Minnesota$12,957,83912.6%35.4%
3California$8,499,1658.3%43.6%
4Pennsylvania$5,734,8995.6%49.2%
5New York$5,277,4855.1%54.4%
6Iowa$5,228,8065.1%59.5%
7New Mexico$4,795,6894.7%64.2%
8Michigan$3,808,0223.7%67.9%
9Ohio$3,416,8023.3%71.2%
10Texas$2,986,4272.9%74.1%
11Virginia$2,276,1882.2%76.3%
12Washington$2,149,5132.1%78.4%
13Idaho$1,984,2061.9%80.4%
14Missouri$1,780,9491.7%82.1%
15Illinois$1,647,3811.6%83.7%
16Indiana$1,420,8351.4%85.1%
17Maryland$1,365,4391.3%86.4%
18Utah$1,164,6731.1%87.6%
19Kentucky$1,146,9381.1%88.7%
20South Dakota$1,102,2911.1%89.7%
21Colorado$1,045,2231.0%90.8%
22Kansas$1,034,1841.0%91.8%
23Vermont$994,0131.0%92.7%
24Oregon$817,2010.8%93.5%
25Nebraska$718,8320.7%94.2%
26Georgia$593,0410.6%94.8%
27Oklahoma$525,0340.5%95.3%
28Massachusetts$437,8260.4%95.8%
29Louisiana$388,2720.4%96.1%
30Tennessee$388,2420.4%96.5%
31Montana$366,7830.4%96.9%
32Arizona$343,3470.3%97.2%
33Maine$337,8080.3%97.5%
34North Carolina$328,2030.3%97.9%
35North Dakota$315,1130.3%98.2%
36Nevada$294,2980.3%98.4%
37Mississippi$278,8410.3%98.7%
38Florida$242,0030.2%99.0%
39South Carolina$224,7650.2%99.2%
40Arkansas$200,3810.2%99.4%
41New Jersey$166,6300.2%99.5%
42Connecticut$163,6820.2%99.7%
43New Hampshire$122,0100.1%99.8%
44Delaware$66,7600.1%99.9%
45Wyoming$43,4810.0%99.9%
46West Virginia$32,6890.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$28,3770.0%100.0%
48Alabama$13,9890.0%100.0%
49Alaska$6,3690.0%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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