Dry Pea Subsidies in Montana totaled $17.0 million from 1995-2017.

States Receiving dry pea subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Dry Pea Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$70,971,01757.5%57.5%
2Washington$19,814,91916.1%73.5%
3Montana$17,012,45713.8%87.3%
4Idaho$9,601,2717.8%95.1%
5South Dakota$3,212,6312.6%97.7%
6Oregon$1,499,0761.2%98.9%
7Illinois$541,0670.4%99.4%
8Wisconsin$198,9590.2%99.5%
9Nebraska$197,9090.2%99.7%
10Colorado$94,1570.1%99.7%
11Kansas$77,9580.1%99.8%
12Minnesota$73,8290.1%99.9%
13Indiana$45,4790.0%99.9%
14Michigan$39,4140.0%99.9%
15Iowa$21,6700.0%100.0%
16Missouri$20,9730.0%100.0%
17California$19,4690.0%100.0%
18Wyoming$2,9310.0%100.0%
19Tennessee$2,0540.0%100.0%
20Alaska$1,5520.0%100.0%
21Texas$1,5480.0%100.0%
22Oklahoma$1,5460.0%100.0%
23Utah$4770.0%100.0%
24North Carolina$2790.0%100.0%
25Ohio$1130.0%100.0%
26Kentucky$230.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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