Corn Subsidies in Chickasaw County, Iowa totaled $6.7 million in 2010

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2010

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$615,434,19116.4%16.4%
2Illinois$570,714,72515.2%31.5%
3Nebraska$390,899,63010.4%41.9%
4Minnesota$334,724,5538.9%50.8%
5Indiana$252,917,1016.7%57.6%
6South Dakota$223,170,3175.9%63.5%
7Kansas$170,071,0354.5%68.0%
8Wisconsin$167,682,3774.5%72.5%
9Ohio$161,217,0614.3%76.8%
10Missouri$141,005,3703.7%80.5%
11North Dakota$129,664,4673.4%84.0%
12Michigan$93,457,8442.5%86.5%
13Texas$87,220,9382.3%88.8%
14Colorado$61,270,8111.6%90.4%
15Kentucky$56,682,9171.5%91.9%
16North Carolina$37,205,8031.0%92.9%
17Pennsylvania$35,213,5780.9%93.8%
18New York$27,446,2750.7%94.6%
19Tennessee$24,488,7780.7%95.2%
20Mississippi$21,562,5480.6%95.8%
21Maryland$18,141,5520.5%96.3%
22Louisiana$17,991,6430.5%96.8%
23Virginia$17,056,0160.5%97.2%
24South Carolina$15,012,3460.4%97.6%
25Oklahoma$13,778,6800.4%98.0%
26Arkansas$10,881,6930.3%98.3%
27Georgia$10,789,8620.3%98.5%
28California$10,701,7620.3%98.8%
29Alabama$7,840,6980.2%99.0%
30Delaware$6,828,5540.2%99.2%
31Idaho$3,275,0100.1%99.3%
32New Mexico$3,223,9070.1%99.4%
33Wyoming$3,173,3970.1%99.5%
34Vermont$3,021,3500.1%99.6%
35Washington$2,788,8210.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$2,687,6790.1%99.7%
37Montana$1,963,6020.1%99.8%
38West Virginia$1,905,0280.1%99.8%
39Florida$1,457,9010.0%99.8%
40Arizona$1,278,1870.0%99.9%
41Oregon$1,180,6460.0%99.9%
42Utah$1,083,1440.0%99.9%
43Maine$675,9840.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$616,5330.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$611,2740.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$297,7090.0%100.0%
47Nevada$32,1950.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$11,9850.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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