Dairy Program Subsidies in Reno County, Kansas totaled $3.4 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$1,333,826,70220.9%20.9%
2California$576,353,1089.0%29.9%
3New York$573,994,0739.0%38.9%
4Pennsylvania$522,725,7828.2%47.1%
5Minnesota$515,318,3688.1%55.2%
6Michigan$284,904,6484.5%59.6%
7Ohio$232,559,7243.6%63.3%
8Iowa$213,435,6033.3%66.6%
9Texas$176,438,1022.8%69.4%
10Vermont$140,127,3922.2%71.6%
11Idaho$134,965,6622.1%73.7%
12Washington$124,583,4132.0%75.6%
13Illinois$116,074,6361.8%77.5%
14Missouri$112,215,0981.8%79.2%
15Virginia$99,352,3061.6%80.8%
16Indiana$98,754,2361.5%82.3%
17Kentucky$88,572,1301.4%83.7%
18Tennessee$73,021,8241.1%84.9%
19South Dakota$65,291,1671.0%85.9%
20New Mexico$64,236,0751.0%86.9%
21Oregon$63,174,9821.0%87.9%
22Maryland$59,361,3190.9%88.8%
23Utah$57,756,4720.9%89.7%
24Georgia$55,825,9630.9%90.6%
25Kansas$52,095,1240.8%91.4%
26North Carolina$50,738,0070.8%92.2%
27Florida$47,988,9670.8%92.9%
28Nebraska$46,100,2530.7%93.7%
29Colorado$39,498,8870.6%94.3%
30Oklahoma$36,808,5360.6%94.9%
31Maine$35,572,7180.6%95.4%
32Arizona$34,297,9850.5%96.0%
33Louisiana$32,735,5410.5%96.5%
34North Dakota$26,455,0040.4%96.9%
35Mississippi$26,076,3940.4%97.3%
36Connecticut$21,341,8730.3%97.6%
37Massachusetts$21,303,8160.3%98.0%
38Arkansas$20,818,1640.3%98.3%
39Montana$17,231,7060.3%98.6%
40South Carolina$16,939,9720.3%98.8%
41New Hampshire$16,628,7850.3%99.1%
42Alabama$13,552,2140.2%99.3%
43New Jersey$12,046,6180.2%99.5%
44West Virginia$11,962,8840.2%99.7%
45Nevada$8,486,7030.1%99.8%
46Delaware$6,057,2110.1%99.9%
47Wyoming$3,231,8100.1%99.9%
48Rhode Island$1,337,5980.0%100.0%
49Hawaii$1,331,1670.0%100.0%
50Alaska$671,3500.0%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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