Livestock Subsidies in Ware County, Georgia totaled $77,697 in 2020

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2020

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$53,564,48616.4%16.4%
2California$28,840,8368.8%25.3%
3Iowa$20,561,1656.3%31.6%
4Minnesota$20,282,8476.2%37.8%
5Nebraska$19,884,7476.1%43.9%
6Florida$13,581,8654.2%48.0%
7Wisconsin$13,554,1394.2%52.2%
8South Dakota$13,182,0434.0%56.2%
9Georgia$12,169,1823.7%60.0%
10Kansas$8,938,6702.7%62.7%
11New Mexico$8,663,5072.7%65.4%
12Washington$8,660,6122.7%68.0%
13Alabama$8,338,1082.6%70.6%
14Illinois$8,031,3152.5%73.0%
15Michigan$7,507,6072.3%75.3%
16Idaho$7,240,7912.2%77.5%
17New York$6,372,6212.0%79.5%
18Indiana$5,588,6641.7%81.2%
19Oklahoma$5,216,5901.6%82.8%
20Ohio$5,091,1661.6%84.4%
21Pennsylvania$5,076,6871.6%85.9%
22Utah$5,059,3151.6%87.5%
23Oregon$4,313,6621.3%88.8%
24North Dakota$4,282,9771.3%90.1%
25Arizona$4,069,8421.2%91.4%
26Colorado$3,463,9971.1%92.4%
27Wyoming$3,048,6920.9%93.4%
28Montana$3,021,9580.9%94.3%
29South Carolina$2,711,8570.8%95.1%
30Missouri$2,491,2030.8%95.9%
31Hawaii$2,126,6440.7%96.5%
32North Carolina$1,613,2850.5%97.0%
33Kentucky$1,537,4430.5%97.5%
34Vermont$1,426,0370.4%97.9%
35Tennessee$1,359,3550.4%98.4%
36Nevada$1,007,9020.3%98.7%
37Arkansas$830,7090.3%98.9%
38Louisiana$821,7190.3%99.2%
39Virginia$672,2020.2%99.4%
40Maryland$383,8300.1%99.5%
41Maine$324,6920.1%99.6%
42Mississippi$308,5480.1%99.7%
43New Jersey$266,7070.1%99.8%
44Connecticut$245,1250.1%99.8%
45West Virginia$209,5450.1%99.9%
46Massachusetts$129,7910.0%99.9%
47New Hampshire$115,8490.0%100.0%
48Delaware$34,6030.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$11,5850.0%100.0%
50Alaska$9,6080.0%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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