Commodity subsidies in Montmorency County, Michigan totaled $270,195 in 2021

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2021

Rank State Total Commodity Programs
2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$825,277,9287.7%7.7%
2Kansas$659,847,8756.2%13.8%
3North Dakota$609,485,6665.7%19.5%
4Iowa$596,437,9085.6%25.1%
5California$582,722,2505.4%30.5%
6Minnesota$551,775,5075.1%35.7%
7Illinois$502,683,0424.7%40.3%
8Nebraska$498,203,2864.6%45.0%
9Wisconsin$443,468,7294.1%49.1%
10South Dakota$392,521,9323.7%52.8%
11Missouri$352,268,6033.3%56.1%
12Arkansas$336,879,7163.1%59.2%
13Montana$313,782,0512.9%62.1%
14Oklahoma$313,727,8962.9%65.1%
15Georgia$305,476,7102.8%67.9%
16Washington$282,281,7582.6%70.5%
17Indiana$270,111,7002.5%73.1%
18Ohio$264,701,4662.5%75.5%
19Michigan$197,498,3451.8%77.4%
20Colorado$181,429,0441.7%79.1%
21Mississippi$178,392,0631.7%80.7%
22North Carolina$174,234,9641.6%82.3%
23Idaho$167,694,1111.6%83.9%
24New York$158,046,5361.5%85.4%
25Louisiana$157,171,8641.5%86.8%
26Pennsylvania$142,921,3001.3%88.2%
27Oregon$139,980,0341.3%89.5%
28Tennessee$131,604,6631.2%90.7%
29Kentucky$130,941,4781.2%91.9%
30Alabama$118,006,9141.1%93.0%
31Florida$116,301,1231.1%94.1%
32Virginia$100,593,2580.9%95.1%
33South Carolina$61,418,6080.6%95.6%
34Alaska$58,920,4380.5%96.2%
35New Mexico$52,867,1310.5%96.7%
36Arizona$51,119,6840.5%97.1%
37Puerto Rico$45,574,5170.4%97.6%
38Wyoming$41,694,4080.4%98.0%
39Maryland$40,779,7210.4%98.3%
40Utah$40,531,9570.4%98.7%
41Vermont$30,920,3380.3%99.0%
42Maine$21,368,2530.2%99.2%
43New Jersey$19,456,0900.2%99.4%
44Nevada$13,054,2870.1%99.5%
45West Virginia$10,574,5610.1%99.6%
46Delaware$10,244,0550.1%99.7%
47Massachusetts$9,858,9600.1%99.8%
48Connecticut$8,005,6880.1%99.9%
49Hawaii$6,831,6080.1%99.9%
50New Hampshire$5,053,9490.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$2,679,4610.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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