Corn Subsidies in Faribault County, Minnesota totaled $4.9 million in 2014

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2014

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$306,683,93113.1%13.1%
2South Dakota$264,364,32611.3%24.4%
3Illinois$247,997,08410.6%34.9%
4Minnesota$241,944,11610.3%45.3%
5North Dakota$207,903,8128.9%54.1%
6Nebraska$197,397,2468.4%62.6%
7Indiana$123,386,7595.3%67.8%
8Missouri$123,210,2815.3%73.1%
9Wisconsin$113,360,3944.8%77.9%
10Kansas$109,484,4114.7%82.6%
11Ohio$77,713,3433.3%85.9%
12Texas$52,775,7462.3%88.2%
13Michigan$44,361,3721.9%90.1%
14Kentucky$35,789,0081.5%91.6%
15Colorado$33,854,3831.4%93.0%
16Pennsylvania$25,073,8331.1%94.1%
17North Carolina$18,048,7770.8%94.9%
18Tennessee$17,659,9500.8%95.6%
19Mississippi$13,837,8070.6%96.2%
20Virginia$10,804,4590.5%96.7%
21New York$10,391,4180.4%97.1%
22Arkansas$9,624,4350.4%97.5%
23Maryland$9,215,2330.4%97.9%
24Oklahoma$8,236,1760.4%98.3%
25Louisiana$8,065,6280.3%98.6%
26South Carolina$7,332,7450.3%98.9%
27Alabama$5,813,7260.2%99.2%
28Georgia$4,171,0110.2%99.4%
29Delaware$3,086,2640.1%99.5%
30Wyoming$1,880,5310.1%99.6%
31California$1,633,1950.1%99.6%
32Vermont$1,395,7190.1%99.7%
33New Jersey$1,219,5750.1%99.8%
34New Mexico$1,195,7800.1%99.8%
35Idaho$983,2800.0%99.8%
36Montana$816,6920.0%99.9%
37Arizona$635,0840.0%99.9%
38West Virginia$590,3790.0%99.9%
39Florida$484,0390.0%100.0%
40Oregon$270,6660.0%100.0%
41Washington$252,7910.0%100.0%
42Connecticut$180,0800.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$152,7370.0%100.0%
44Utah$132,2040.0%100.0%
45Maine$80,6700.0%100.0%
46Nevada$1,9000.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$1,2780.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$-1,554-0.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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