Dairy Program Subsidies in Franklin County, Kansas totaled $6,457 in 2019

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2019

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1California$24,614,55719.7%19.7%
2Wisconsin$17,587,06914.1%33.8%
3Idaho$8,648,7116.9%40.8%
4New York$8,204,7626.6%47.3%
5Texas$6,806,5505.5%52.8%
6Minnesota$6,744,0235.4%58.2%
7Michigan$5,888,4144.7%62.9%
8Pennsylvania$4,957,2384.0%66.9%
9Washington$4,076,5533.3%70.2%
10New Mexico$3,856,3283.1%73.2%
11Arizona$3,488,9942.8%76.0%
12Ohio$3,332,8022.7%78.7%
13Iowa$3,174,4022.5%81.3%
14Colorado$2,110,5121.7%83.0%
15Indiana$2,024,1811.6%84.6%
16Utah$1,841,3571.5%86.0%
17Vermont$1,631,4511.3%87.4%
18Illinois$1,494,5261.2%88.6%
19Oregon$1,480,5461.2%89.7%
20South Dakota$1,391,4341.1%90.9%
21Florida$1,204,1101.0%91.8%
22Kansas$1,079,0860.9%92.7%
23Virginia$884,7770.7%93.4%
24Nevada$869,3260.7%94.1%
25Missouri$770,5520.6%94.7%
26Georgia$741,1390.6%95.3%
27Maryland$740,6560.6%95.9%
28Nebraska$681,8010.5%96.4%
29North Carolina$614,2900.5%96.9%
30Kentucky$548,7510.4%97.4%
31Tennessee$539,1280.4%97.8%
32Maine$467,3700.4%98.2%
33Connecticut$275,9460.2%98.4%
34North Dakota$263,7340.2%98.6%
35Montana$205,1360.2%98.8%
36South Carolina$181,2300.1%98.9%
37Oklahoma$178,5020.1%99.1%
38Massachusetts$171,6630.1%99.2%
39Louisiana$149,9010.1%99.3%
40New Hampshire$147,6500.1%99.4%
41Mississippi$126,3970.1%99.5%
42Wyoming$117,7550.1%99.6%
43West Virginia$113,5350.1%99.7%
44Alabama$82,0120.1%99.8%
45New Jersey$77,5240.1%99.9%
46Arkansas$74,7760.1%99.9%
47Delaware$71,0480.1%100.0%
48Hawaii$23,8170.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$3,8880.0%100.0%
50Alaska$2,0500.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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