Livestock Subsidies in Jackson County, Kentucky totaled $601,398 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,954,783,87516.9%16.9%
2Oklahoma$1,744,436,47515.1%32.0%
3Nebraska$784,927,8846.8%38.7%
4Kansas$717,729,4566.2%44.9%
5South Dakota$693,092,0426.0%50.9%
6Missouri$542,632,8634.7%55.6%
7California$412,564,5393.6%59.2%
8Montana$344,673,9353.0%62.1%
9New Mexico$335,631,0912.9%65.0%
10Arkansas$324,956,0002.8%67.9%
11Colorado$303,421,8372.6%70.5%
12Iowa$296,813,4632.6%73.0%
13Alabama$273,555,4912.4%75.4%
14Georgia$272,344,7832.4%77.8%
15Wyoming$257,331,4242.2%80.0%
16North Dakota$220,980,6251.9%81.9%
17Florida$185,093,8581.6%83.5%
18Oregon$154,346,6501.3%84.8%
19Minnesota$152,146,2651.3%86.1%
20Kentucky$146,493,5261.3%87.4%
21Tennessee$140,002,3691.2%88.6%
22Utah$139,558,5821.2%89.8%
23Louisiana$131,620,0821.1%90.9%
24Mississippi$115,734,3251.0%91.9%
25Arizona$99,317,5630.9%92.8%
26Idaho$91,222,1940.8%93.6%
27Illinois$84,969,4690.7%94.3%
28Nevada$79,529,8480.7%95.0%
29Indiana$74,876,1080.6%95.7%
30Wisconsin$70,491,1620.6%96.3%
31North Carolina$54,587,0310.5%96.7%
32Hawaii$48,102,4430.4%97.2%
33Virginia$46,892,3150.4%97.6%
34South Carolina$46,567,9730.4%98.0%
35Ohio$45,376,1350.4%98.4%
36New York$42,413,0480.4%98.7%
37Washington$38,939,5410.3%99.1%
38Pennsylvania$34,793,3260.3%99.4%
39Michigan$31,285,2630.3%99.6%
40West Virginia$14,039,4530.1%99.8%
41Vermont$10,494,2400.1%99.8%
42Maryland$5,464,8330.0%99.9%
43Massachusetts$4,891,7240.0%99.9%
44Maine$2,404,3030.0%100.0%
45New Jersey$1,655,7780.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$1,326,5200.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$1,163,0860.0%100.0%
48Alaska$521,7780.0%100.0%
49Delaware$521,6650.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$151,0830.0%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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