Conservation payments in Wolfe County, Kentucky totaled $0 in 2019

States Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 2019

Rank State Subtotal, Conservation Programs
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$395,806,02421.0%21.0%
2Illinois$171,023,0009.1%30.1%
3Minnesota$142,604,2937.6%37.7%
4South Dakota$104,047,5055.5%43.2%
5Missouri$102,159,4675.4%48.6%
6Texas$102,082,4605.4%54.0%
7Kansas$86,157,8624.6%58.6%
8Washington$77,571,0104.1%62.7%
9Nebraska$74,492,0024.0%66.7%
10North Dakota$69,226,9753.7%70.4%
11Colorado$63,893,2893.4%73.8%
12Ohio$49,552,7312.6%76.4%
13Mississippi$45,274,3402.4%78.8%
14Indiana$44,880,2052.4%81.2%
15Kentucky$35,390,0131.9%83.1%
16Montana$33,489,2631.8%84.8%
17Wisconsin$31,624,4231.7%86.5%
18Idaho$29,908,5471.6%88.1%
19Oregon$29,687,7501.6%89.7%
20Louisiana$25,049,3261.3%91.0%
21Oklahoma$22,068,3071.2%92.2%
22Michigan$18,188,6971.0%93.1%
23Arkansas$17,642,8170.9%94.1%
24Pennsylvania$17,224,4710.9%95.0%
25Georgia$14,440,7600.8%95.8%
26New Mexico$14,010,1110.7%96.5%
27Tennessee$12,903,4360.7%97.2%
28Maryland$11,532,4720.6%97.8%
29Alabama$9,558,6750.5%98.3%
30Utah$5,959,6660.3%98.6%
31Wyoming$5,525,9870.3%98.9%
32North Carolina$3,822,6430.2%99.1%
33Virginia$3,694,9980.2%99.3%
34New York$3,271,2960.2%99.5%
35South Carolina$2,566,9310.1%99.6%
36California$2,485,6610.1%99.8%
37Florida$1,193,8330.1%99.8%
38West Virginia$986,7120.1%99.9%
39Delaware$512,0080.0%99.9%
40New Jersey$458,5780.0%99.9%
41Vermont$371,8050.0%100.0%
42Hawaii$337,0710.0%100.0%
43Maine$266,2140.0%100.0%
44Alaska$145,3800.0%100.0%
45Arizona$122,1720.0%100.0%
46Nevada$22,8880.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$11,7470.0%100.0%
48Connecticut$6,4360.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$2,7010.0%100.0%
50New Hampshire$2520.0%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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