Soybean Subsidies in Butler County, Nebraska totaled $65.9 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$6,149,297,42413.4%13.4%
2Illinois$6,053,811,17213.2%26.5%
3Minnesota$4,686,848,02910.2%36.7%
4Indiana$3,444,524,5987.5%44.2%
5Nebraska$3,049,364,0776.6%50.8%
6South Dakota$3,035,513,1046.6%57.4%
7Missouri$2,931,507,1726.4%63.8%
8Ohio$2,880,699,5126.3%70.0%
9North Dakota$2,538,907,5855.5%75.5%
10Kansas$1,880,715,6784.1%79.6%
11Arkansas$1,457,204,4613.2%82.8%
12Michigan$1,124,655,1502.4%85.2%
13Mississippi$1,046,291,3382.3%87.5%
14Wisconsin$1,004,042,1672.2%89.7%
15North Carolina$837,575,3281.8%91.5%
16Kentucky$830,290,4381.8%93.3%
17Tennessee$650,279,5671.4%94.7%
18Louisiana$616,506,2421.3%96.1%
19Virginia$301,223,2650.7%96.7%
20Maryland$279,180,0130.6%97.3%
21Pennsylvania$223,276,5690.5%97.8%
22South Carolina$208,626,1380.5%98.3%
23Oklahoma$174,675,8200.4%98.6%
24Alabama$153,917,3190.3%99.0%
25Texas$115,390,5390.3%99.2%
26New York$99,260,6140.2%99.4%
27Delaware$95,962,7610.2%99.6%
28Georgia$90,415,0300.2%99.8%
29New Jersey$46,449,6670.1%99.9%
30Florida$9,651,6140.0%100.0%
31West Virginia$8,522,6520.0%100.0%
32Colorado$7,207,8650.0%100.0%
33Vermont$1,275,0940.0%100.0%
34Montana$759,5470.0%100.0%
35Maine$562,8430.0%100.0%
36Washington$164,7600.0%100.0%
37New Mexico$84,0740.0%100.0%
38Massachusetts$69,6280.0%100.0%
39California$68,7680.0%100.0%
40Wyoming$53,5680.0%100.0%
41Oregon$46,5670.0%100.0%
42Connecticut$31,7490.0%100.0%
43Arizona$27,3590.0%100.0%
44Idaho$22,1740.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$18,8790.0%100.0%
46Utah$11,4920.0%100.0%
47Nevada$6470.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$530.0%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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