Soybean Subsidies in Franklin County, Missouri totaled $1.5 million in 2019

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 2019

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$322,179,92713.3%13.3%
2Iowa$300,809,42412.4%25.7%
3Missouri$205,370,6858.5%34.1%
4Indiana$187,577,4457.7%41.8%
5Ohio$165,896,8266.8%48.7%
6Nebraska$141,115,9315.8%54.5%
7Kansas$140,550,9765.8%60.3%
8Minnesota$139,171,2415.7%66.0%
9North Dakota$135,210,1055.6%71.6%
10Arkansas$99,130,8434.1%75.6%
11South Dakota$81,911,3783.4%79.0%
12Michigan$70,563,5502.9%81.9%
13Kentucky$69,145,5482.8%84.8%
14North Carolina$58,117,5632.4%87.2%
15Wisconsin$49,842,8652.1%89.2%
16Tennessee$48,485,2892.0%91.2%
17Mississippi$47,561,2532.0%93.2%
18Maryland$27,720,7761.1%94.3%
19Virginia$25,644,2421.1%95.4%
20Pennsylvania$25,216,6751.0%96.4%
21Louisiana$16,476,8020.7%97.1%
22New York$13,968,9090.6%97.6%
23Alabama$13,531,4890.6%98.2%
24Oklahoma$13,509,7520.6%98.8%
25South Carolina$9,320,8510.4%99.1%
26Delaware$5,710,2290.2%99.4%
27Georgia$4,901,2220.2%99.6%
28New Jersey$4,137,3840.2%99.8%
29Texas$2,800,3290.1%99.9%
30West Virginia$1,152,0180.0%99.9%
31Colorado$850,5430.0%100.0%
32Florida$437,8680.0%100.0%
33Vermont$383,1550.0%100.0%
34Montana$215,2480.0%100.0%
35Connecticut$27,3820.0%100.0%
36Massachusetts$23,8300.0%100.0%
37Maine$19,0060.0%100.0%
38Wyoming$15,8620.0%100.0%
39California$10,7020.0%100.0%
40Oregon$10,5300.0%100.0%
41New Mexico$8,4680.0%100.0%
42Idaho$6,8060.0%100.0%
43Washington$5,7420.0%100.0%
44New Hampshire$3480.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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