Commodity subsidies in Fulton County, Indiana totaled $103 million from 1995-2014.

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='totalfarm' and regtype='STATE' and mtotal!=0 ORDER BY mtotal DESC

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2014

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$16,924,402,9289.2%9.2%
2Texas$16,234,072,0208.8%18.1%
3Illinois$15,175,976,0838.3%26.3%
4Nebraska$11,284,408,6166.1%32.5%
5Minnesota$10,789,413,5525.9%38.3%
6Kansas$9,697,273,8565.3%43.6%
7Arkansas$9,241,041,4975.0%48.6%
8Indiana$7,553,398,7394.1%52.8%
9California$7,138,232,5033.9%56.6%
10North Dakota$6,758,528,1073.7%60.3%
11Mississippi$6,251,630,8873.4%63.7%
12Missouri$5,864,624,6433.2%66.9%
13South Dakota$5,449,650,5673.0%69.9%
14Ohio$5,379,292,9072.9%72.8%
15Wisconsin$4,717,988,3822.6%75.4%
16Georgia$4,541,223,2372.5%77.8%
17Louisiana$4,407,437,9322.4%80.2%
18North Carolina$3,783,312,5292.1%82.3%
19Oklahoma$3,566,143,7621.9%84.2%
20Michigan$3,107,854,5301.7%85.9%
21Montana$2,825,471,4081.5%87.5%
22Tennessee$2,507,778,8941.4%88.8%
23Kentucky$2,328,738,1891.3%90.1%
24Colorado$2,304,015,8831.3%91.4%
25Washington$2,232,203,9751.2%92.6%
26Alabama$1,907,175,3101.0%93.6%
27Idaho$1,797,478,6001.0%94.6%
28New York$1,339,653,4140.7%95.3%
29Arizona$1,301,253,4490.7%96.0%
30Pennsylvania$1,184,855,2880.6%96.7%
31Virginia$1,169,170,0710.6%97.3%
32South Carolina$1,135,498,5940.6%97.9%
33Oregon$829,666,5740.5%98.4%
34Maryland$607,832,0330.3%98.7%
35New Mexico$598,346,6150.3%99.0%
36Florida$502,063,8150.3%99.3%
37Utah$239,890,8240.1%99.4%
38Wyoming$236,098,2640.1%99.6%
39Delaware$189,414,5810.1%99.7%
40Vermont$183,989,2790.1%99.8%
41New Jersey$97,921,3400.1%99.8%
42Maine$76,079,8320.0%99.9%
43West Virginia$74,505,9770.0%99.9%
44Connecticut$44,540,8370.0%99.9%
45Massachusetts$41,164,6260.0%100.0%
46Nevada$30,106,1370.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$29,333,0530.0%100.0%
48Alaska$9,724,3950.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$2,490,9140.0%100.0%
50Hawaii$2,013,4590.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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