Sorghum Subsidies in Chautauqua County, Kansas totaled $1.3 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving sorghum subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Sorghum Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$3,358,817,55137.5%37.5%
2Texas$2,667,881,93829.8%67.2%
3Nebraska$998,990,61111.1%78.4%
4Missouri$453,808,3425.1%83.4%
5Oklahoma$263,928,7122.9%86.4%
6Arkansas$206,448,5582.3%88.7%
7Colorado$193,257,5222.2%90.8%
8South Dakota$182,337,5842.0%92.9%
9New Mexico$153,317,2061.7%94.6%
10Louisiana$118,027,1161.3%95.9%
11Illinois$101,810,3631.1%97.0%
12Mississippi$82,699,8700.9%97.9%
13Tennessee$41,208,6430.5%98.4%
14Georgia$26,210,4210.3%98.7%
15Alabama$19,226,7210.2%98.9%
16Kentucky$18,679,7820.2%99.1%
17North Carolina$13,679,5050.2%99.3%
18Arizona$9,893,1130.1%99.4%
19California$9,831,4640.1%99.5%
20Indiana$8,781,7560.1%99.6%
21South Carolina$6,501,5170.1%99.7%
22Virginia$6,266,3710.1%99.7%
23Maryland$5,272,5500.1%99.8%
24Florida$4,541,6920.1%99.8%
25Iowa$3,240,3750.0%99.9%
26North Dakota$2,028,5850.0%99.9%
27Pennsylvania$1,988,5790.0%99.9%
28Delaware$1,549,1680.0%99.9%
29Minnesota$1,085,3030.0%100.0%
30Ohio$675,2850.0%100.0%
31Wisconsin$542,2850.0%100.0%
32Michigan$531,0680.0%100.0%
33Utah$517,8590.0%100.0%
34New Jersey$516,5440.0%100.0%
35Montana$391,4000.0%100.0%
36Oregon$263,4840.0%100.0%
37Idaho$255,5510.0%100.0%
38West Virginia$142,2670.0%100.0%
39Nevada$135,1500.0%100.0%
40Wyoming$106,6840.0%100.0%
41New York$71,7420.0%100.0%
42Washington$42,7380.0%100.0%
43Vermont$15,2700.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$11,3540.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$9,4860.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$7,7510.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$2,1760.0%100.0%
48Maine$4130.0%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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