Commodity subsidies in Missouri totaled $7.3 billion from 1995-2019‡.

From 1995 to 2019, the top 10 percent of commodity payment recipients were paid 77 percent of commodity payments.

Pct. of Recipients Pct. of Payments Number of Recipients Total Payments 1995-2019‡ Payment per Recipient
Top 1%27%1,440$1,917,011,611$1,331,258
Top 1%27%1,445$1,984,449,547$1,373,321
Top 2%40%2,880$2,811,670,904$976,275
Top 2%40%2,890$2,911,750,225$1,007,526
Top 3%49%4,321$3,433,159,857$794,529
Top 3%49%4,335$3,558,326,161$820,836
Top 4%56%5,761$3,902,238,617$677,354
Top 4%56%5,780$4,047,007,547$700,174
Top 5%61%7,201$4,274,199,780$593,556
Top 5%61%7,225$4,433,707,931$613,662
Top 6%65%8,642$4,577,217,152$529,648
Top 6%65%8,670$4,747,911,222$547,625
Top 7%69%10,082$4,828,744,459$478,947
Top 7%69%10,115$5,009,537,811$495,258
Top 8%72%11,522$5,041,237,578$437,531
Top 8%72%11,560$5,230,957,782$452,505
Top 9%75%12,963$5,223,004,626$402,916
Top 9%75%13,005$5,419,709,816$416,740
Top 10%77%14,403$5,379,197,621$373,478
Top 10%77%14,451$5,582,222,493$386,286
Top 11%79%15,843$5,516,040,786$348,169
Top 11%79%15,896$5,724,325,301$360,111
Top 12%80%17,284$5,637,431,119$326,165
Top 12%81%17,341$5,850,177,435$337,361
Top 13%82%18,724$5,745,106,709$306,831
Top 13%82%18,786$5,962,023,595$317,365
Top 14%83%20,164$5,841,253,244$289,687
Top 14%83%20,231$6,061,769,394$299,628
Top 15%85%21,605$5,928,091,561$274,385
Top 15%85%21,676$6,151,465,572$283,792
Top 16%86%23,045$6,006,475,328$260,641
Top 16%86%23,121$6,232,570,384$269,563
Top 17%87%24,485$6,077,355,825$248,207
Top 17%87%24,566$6,305,926,910$256,693
Top 18%88%25,926$6,141,861,315$236,900
Top 18%88%26,011$6,372,579,467$244,996
Top 19%89%27,366$6,200,917,295$226,592
Top 19%89%27,456$6,433,694,310$234,327
Top 20%89%28,807$6,255,122,998$217,139
Top 20%89%28,902$6,489,874,593$224,548
Remaining 80% of recips.11%115,228$749,513,247$6,505
Remaining 80% of recips.11%115,608$772,678,276$6,684

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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