Commodity subsidies in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota totaled $36.5 million from 1995-2021.

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2021

Rank State Total Commodity Programs
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$24,453,856,3078.9%8.9%
2Texas$23,220,103,8788.4%17.3%
3Illinois$21,582,669,1137.8%25.1%
4Nebraska$17,280,601,5516.3%31.3%
5Minnesota$16,399,238,9575.9%37.3%
6Kansas$15,246,966,9965.5%42.8%
7Arkansas$12,746,182,6814.6%47.4%
8North Dakota$11,188,281,0974.1%51.5%
9Indiana$11,068,787,0964.0%55.5%
10California$10,385,647,4213.8%59.2%
11Missouri$9,172,125,3723.3%62.6%
12South Dakota$9,040,267,6163.3%65.8%
13Ohio$8,384,323,2523.0%68.9%
14Mississippi$8,027,416,9482.9%71.8%
15Wisconsin$7,534,163,4502.7%74.5%
16Georgia$7,098,728,3062.6%77.1%
17Louisiana$5,922,982,8832.1%79.2%
18Oklahoma$5,645,662,5382.0%81.3%
19North Carolina$5,147,510,9361.9%83.1%
20Michigan$4,989,661,5741.8%84.9%
21Montana$4,547,905,7971.6%86.6%
22Washington$3,592,452,9271.3%87.9%
23Tennessee$3,585,434,8991.3%89.2%
24Colorado$3,550,342,5831.3%90.5%
25Kentucky$3,518,543,2981.3%91.7%
26Idaho$2,979,170,4631.1%92.8%
27Alabama$2,851,161,3581.0%93.9%
28New York$2,299,583,6220.8%94.7%
29Pennsylvania$1,981,466,8660.7%95.4%
30Virginia$1,819,813,6750.7%96.1%
31Arizona$1,689,965,8610.6%96.7%
32South Carolina$1,636,883,4010.6%97.3%
33Oregon$1,485,340,6910.5%97.8%
34Florida$1,253,497,5570.5%98.3%
35New Mexico$1,048,092,5540.4%98.6%
36Maryland$906,226,6780.3%99.0%
37Utah$478,702,8420.2%99.1%
38Wyoming$472,129,6040.2%99.3%
39Vermont$329,048,9450.1%99.4%
40Delaware$284,601,9940.1%99.5%
41Maine$250,779,3320.1%99.6%
42New Jersey$203,495,0150.1%99.7%
43West Virginia$144,482,9410.1%99.8%
44Puerto Rico$131,972,6760.0%99.8%
45Alaska$118,763,1200.0%99.8%
46Massachusetts$110,272,5150.0%99.9%
47Nevada$100,552,4930.0%99.9%
48Connecticut$84,920,1670.0%100.0%
49New Hampshire$63,091,9170.0%100.0%
50Hawaii$47,237,5590.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$13,482,5220.0%100.0%
52US Virgin Islands$7500.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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