Soybean Subsidies in Boyd County, Nebraska totaled $2.4 million in 2018

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 2018

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$867,440,20914.1%14.1%
2Iowa$730,734,44511.9%26.0%
3Minnesota$616,771,35910.0%36.0%
4Nebraska$478,144,7397.8%43.7%
5Indiana$462,932,1997.5%51.2%
6South Dakota$461,992,2147.5%58.8%
7North Dakota$411,042,8756.7%65.4%
8Ohio$393,989,5896.4%71.8%
9Missouri$297,935,2934.8%76.7%
10Kansas$283,703,8694.6%81.3%
11Arkansas$176,451,8172.9%84.1%
12Mississippi$169,862,3282.8%86.9%
13Michigan$158,382,4222.6%89.5%
14Wisconsin$155,119,2522.5%92.0%
15Kentucky$107,637,4861.7%93.7%
16Louisiana$102,397,0631.7%95.4%
17Tennessee$86,915,0561.4%96.8%
18North Carolina$51,239,5120.8%97.6%
19Oklahoma$26,916,1550.4%98.1%
20Virginia$21,380,4670.3%98.4%
21Pennsylvania$21,152,3820.3%98.8%
22New York$16,181,1890.3%99.0%
23Alabama$13,439,3500.2%99.2%
24Maryland$12,581,1030.2%99.5%
25South Carolina$9,016,9390.1%99.6%
26Texas$8,044,3210.1%99.7%
27Delaware$6,542,2040.1%99.8%
28Georgia$4,064,7050.1%99.9%
29New Jersey$3,551,2190.1%100.0%
30Colorado$1,015,6480.0%100.0%
31Florida$414,8500.0%100.0%
32Montana$406,5250.0%100.0%
33West Virginia$389,6230.0%100.0%
34Vermont$115,5990.0%100.0%
35Washington$89,7430.0%100.0%
36Maine$64,8400.0%100.0%
37California$36,6420.0%100.0%
38Wyoming$33,0440.0%100.0%
39Massachusetts$17,3770.0%100.0%
40New Mexico$15,1920.0%100.0%
41Oregon$7,4480.0%100.0%
42Idaho$6,3780.0%100.0%
43New Hampshire$1,0980.0%100.0%
44Utah$20.0%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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