Honey Subsidies in Hawaii totaled $77,114 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving honey subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Honey Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$4,186,37714.4%14.4%
2California$3,981,25813.7%28.1%
3North Dakota$3,576,44612.3%40.4%
4Florida$3,253,72611.2%51.6%
5Minnesota$1,873,9206.4%58.0%
6Montana$1,688,5905.8%63.8%
7Texas$1,431,6134.9%68.7%
8Michigan$881,9723.0%71.8%
9Wisconsin$879,7603.0%74.8%
10Nebraska$711,8112.4%77.2%
11Idaho$705,3102.4%79.6%
12New York$690,0022.4%82.0%
13Arkansas$512,7691.8%83.8%
14Washington$480,9351.7%85.4%
15Georgia$479,8451.6%87.1%
16Wyoming$378,7061.3%88.4%
17Louisiana$374,1421.3%89.7%
18Oregon$343,9011.2%90.9%
19Colorado$338,2561.2%92.0%
20Iowa$272,6780.9%93.0%
21Arizona$234,2690.8%93.8%
22Pennsylvania$190,3100.7%94.4%
23Utah$189,6560.7%95.1%
24Missouri$164,5820.6%95.6%
25Mississippi$152,3780.5%96.2%
26Ohio$149,4440.5%96.7%
27Alabama$124,7620.4%97.1%
28New Jersey$123,5560.4%97.5%
29Kansas$114,8900.4%97.9%
30North Carolina$113,6620.4%98.3%
31Hawaii$77,1140.3%98.6%
32Massachusetts$68,7710.2%98.8%
33New Mexico$65,5330.2%99.0%
34Maine$43,6740.2%99.2%
35Vermont$40,2360.1%99.3%
36Illinois$36,3360.1%99.4%
37Virginia$34,6910.1%99.6%
38Indiana$32,9090.1%99.7%
39Tennessee$22,8010.1%99.8%
40West Virginia$19,9660.1%99.8%
41Oklahoma$14,0330.0%99.9%
42South Carolina$13,8500.0%99.9%
43Maryland$8,9150.0%100.0%
44Kentucky$5,0480.0%100.0%
45Nevada$4,1790.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$3,0650.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$5870.0%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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