Corn Subsidies in Montana totaled $52.5 million from 1995-2014.

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='corn' and regtype='STATE' and mtotal!=0 ORDER BY mtotal DESC

States Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2014

Rank State Corn Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$16,895,615,46117.9%17.9%
2Illinois$14,216,624,61215.1%33.0%
3Nebraska$10,544,031,96611.2%44.2%
4Minnesota$9,086,143,1469.6%53.8%
5Indiana$6,935,050,6187.4%61.1%
6South Dakota$4,709,546,0745.0%66.1%
7Ohio$4,152,426,7884.4%70.5%
8Wisconsin$4,110,321,3554.4%74.9%
9Kansas$3,494,156,7633.7%78.6%
10Missouri$3,261,095,4413.5%82.0%
11Michigan$2,530,683,6422.7%84.7%
12Texas$2,067,896,1762.2%86.9%
13North Dakota$2,019,230,3442.1%89.1%
14Kentucky$1,516,538,4331.6%90.7%
15Colorado$1,397,647,6391.5%92.1%
16North Carolina$862,723,8980.9%93.1%
17Pennsylvania$841,368,8250.9%93.9%
18New York$789,743,9700.8%94.8%
19Tennessee$648,934,1940.7%95.5%
20Maryland$461,947,3450.5%96.0%
21Virginia$457,755,3260.5%96.4%
22Georgia$372,145,5560.4%96.8%
23Mississippi$329,399,4630.3%97.2%
24Louisiana$324,423,4940.3%97.5%
25South Carolina$324,211,5920.3%97.9%
26California$323,327,2380.3%98.2%
27Oklahoma$236,087,1600.3%98.5%
28Alabama$194,609,1610.2%98.7%
29Arkansas$189,253,6870.2%98.9%
30Delaware$146,282,0460.2%99.0%
31New Mexico$129,778,6250.1%99.2%
32Idaho$103,955,3680.1%99.3%
33Washington$88,069,0380.1%99.4%
34Wyoming$83,209,8150.1%99.5%
35Vermont$71,400,8420.1%99.5%
36New Jersey$70,443,0580.1%99.6%
37West Virginia$55,615,4010.1%99.7%
38Florida$53,947,3910.1%99.7%
39Montana$52,534,5430.1%99.8%
40Arizona$42,205,5780.0%99.8%
41Utah$35,338,7520.0%99.9%
42Oregon$34,965,7710.0%99.9%
43Connecticut$27,390,8270.0%99.9%
44Maine$27,177,1650.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$18,447,9880.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$13,942,1180.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$970,2130.0%100.0%
48Nevada$962,9860.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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