Corn Subsidies in Trego County, Kansas totaled $1.0 million in 2018

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2018

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$306,734,10311.5%11.5%
2Illinois$283,855,85410.6%22.1%
3Nebraska$270,303,95910.1%32.3%
4Iowa$262,139,4589.8%42.1%
5Kansas$227,632,6228.5%50.6%
6Minnesota$177,187,1116.6%57.3%
7Missouri$163,453,7496.1%63.4%
8North Dakota$147,190,1635.5%68.9%
9Indiana$137,888,0515.2%74.1%
10Texas$100,763,2663.8%77.9%
11Wisconsin$99,644,3493.7%81.6%
12Ohio$79,132,5913.0%84.6%
13Michigan$65,610,3392.5%87.0%
14Colorado$53,843,3752.0%89.0%
15Kentucky$42,904,1221.6%90.6%
16Arkansas$22,166,0590.8%91.5%
17North Carolina$21,041,1710.8%92.3%
18Pennsylvania$20,752,0970.8%93.0%
19Virginia$19,288,6450.7%93.8%
20Mississippi$18,563,3900.7%94.5%
21Tennessee$18,011,2750.7%95.1%
22Oklahoma$16,894,0760.6%95.8%
23New York$14,812,6710.6%96.3%
24Louisiana$14,526,0860.5%96.9%
25California$12,109,9970.5%97.3%
26Maryland$10,179,2730.4%97.7%
27South Carolina$8,701,4900.3%98.0%
28Georgia$7,912,4470.3%98.3%
29New Mexico$6,590,3020.2%98.6%
30Idaho$6,019,3790.2%98.8%
31Alabama$5,999,5200.2%99.0%
32Washington$3,794,5980.1%99.2%
33Delaware$3,443,3190.1%99.3%
34Arizona$3,342,3580.1%99.4%
35Montana$3,006,5000.1%99.5%
36Wyoming$2,301,2920.1%99.6%
37Vermont$2,273,3220.1%99.7%
38Oregon$1,911,5950.1%99.8%
39Maine$1,299,4870.0%99.8%
40New Jersey$1,143,5800.0%99.9%
41Florida$997,1940.0%99.9%
42West Virginia$896,6730.0%99.9%
43Utah$555,5610.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$426,1710.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$242,5920.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$233,5120.0%100.0%
47Nevada$108,0950.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$10,7290.0%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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