Dairy Program Subsidies in Oswego County, New York totaled $112,669 in 2019

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2019

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$69,274,47023.2%23.2%
2California$26,967,1809.0%32.2%
3New York$26,689,3228.9%41.2%
4Minnesota$25,586,5438.6%49.8%
5Pennsylvania$23,129,9617.7%57.5%
6Michigan$14,592,4724.9%62.4%
7Ohio$11,370,9203.8%66.2%
8Iowa$11,254,2463.8%70.0%
9New Mexico$6,693,7912.2%72.2%
10Vermont$6,690,9792.2%74.5%
11Texas$6,664,5522.2%76.7%
12Idaho$6,483,9132.2%78.9%
13Illinois$5,583,0301.9%80.7%
14Washington$5,454,7371.8%82.6%
15Virginia$4,441,6821.5%84.0%
16Indiana$3,791,4911.3%85.3%
17Missouri$3,673,6141.2%86.5%
18Oregon$3,270,3251.1%87.6%
19Utah$2,640,4010.9%88.5%
20Maryland$2,530,4110.8%89.4%
21Kentucky$2,501,8650.8%90.2%
22South Dakota$2,331,6410.8%91.0%
23Kansas$2,303,3560.8%91.8%
24Tennessee$2,182,2110.7%92.5%
25Colorado$2,142,9750.7%93.2%
26Georgia$2,088,6400.7%93.9%
27North Carolina$2,009,9970.7%94.6%
28Maine$1,888,4520.6%95.2%
29Nebraska$1,708,4740.6%95.8%
30Arizona$1,642,0540.6%96.3%
31Florida$1,457,8530.5%96.8%
32Oklahoma$1,136,1190.4%97.2%
33Massachusetts$925,9830.3%97.5%
34Connecticut$908,5930.3%97.8%
35New Hampshire$852,5770.3%98.1%
36Montana$822,1920.3%98.4%
37Louisiana$746,9000.3%98.6%
38South Carolina$629,5380.2%98.8%
39North Dakota$612,9650.2%99.0%
40Mississippi$583,4920.2%99.2%
41Nevada$469,3090.2%99.4%
42New Jersey$374,1700.1%99.5%
43West Virginia$368,3580.1%99.7%
44Arkansas$361,9460.1%99.8%
45Delaware$258,2290.1%99.9%
46Alabama$239,6900.1%99.9%
47Wyoming$124,2690.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$50,2200.0%100.0%
49Alaska$9,8960.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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