Barley Subsidies in Maryland totaled $16.7 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving barley subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Barley Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$963,502,39829.9%29.9%
2Montana$707,679,31921.9%51.8%
3Idaho$413,324,61612.8%64.6%
4Washington$240,777,0257.5%72.0%
5Minnesota$232,345,2747.2%79.2%
6South Dakota$105,367,5623.3%82.5%
7Colorado$90,915,3932.8%85.3%
8California$81,091,0922.5%87.8%
9Oregon$70,949,9632.2%90.0%
10Wyoming$50,015,8051.5%91.6%
11Kansas$38,192,0671.2%92.8%
12Utah$35,286,1501.1%93.9%
13Virginia$25,576,0370.8%94.7%
14Wisconsin$20,847,4340.6%95.3%
15Nebraska$16,760,7670.5%95.8%
16Maryland$16,740,5370.5%96.3%
17Arizona$15,470,5660.5%96.8%
18Texas$14,261,5400.4%97.3%
19Pennsylvania$10,379,6690.3%97.6%
20Delaware$10,313,2340.3%97.9%
21North Carolina$9,837,8320.3%98.2%
22Michigan$8,426,5550.3%98.5%
23New Mexico$6,505,8890.2%98.7%
24Kentucky$5,509,2830.2%98.8%
25Maine$5,483,4530.2%99.0%
26Nevada$5,400,2760.2%99.2%
27Oklahoma$5,327,1690.2%99.3%
28New York$4,221,6830.1%99.5%
29Alaska$2,710,3120.1%99.6%
30South Carolina$2,446,2460.1%99.6%
31Missouri$2,166,8420.1%99.7%
32Georgia$1,888,7810.1%99.8%
33Iowa$1,437,3720.0%99.8%
34New Jersey$1,406,3130.0%99.8%
35Tennessee$1,241,9560.0%99.9%
36Ohio$1,085,9410.0%99.9%
37West Virginia$920,5920.0%99.9%
38Illinois$772,1370.0%100.0%
39Indiana$621,7840.0%100.0%
40Vermont$201,7130.0%100.0%
41Alabama$130,0090.0%100.0%
42Arkansas$5,8340.0%100.0%
43Mississippi$5,7710.0%100.0%
44New Hampshire$5,6700.0%100.0%
45Louisiana$1,9840.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$1,6880.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$6130.0%100.0%
48Florida$860.0%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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