Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Clay County, North Carolina totaled $19,738 in 2020

States Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2020

Rank State Total Market Facilitation Program
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$396,598,13510.6%10.6%
2Illinois$368,091,0659.9%20.5%
3Texas$273,183,2707.3%27.8%
4Minnesota$265,994,0247.1%34.9%
5Kansas$264,420,2817.1%42.0%
6Nebraska$246,963,1986.6%48.6%
7California$184,504,2644.9%53.5%
8Indiana$183,544,6284.9%58.4%
9Missouri$158,944,9314.3%62.7%
10North Dakota$157,385,2414.2%66.9%
11Ohio$134,351,4563.6%70.5%
12South Dakota$124,171,0203.3%73.8%
13Arkansas$113,612,4613.0%76.9%
14Wisconsin$92,003,1952.5%79.3%
15Mississippi$83,502,5322.2%81.6%
16Georgia$79,179,5362.1%83.7%
17Michigan$67,346,8861.8%85.5%
18Kentucky$58,639,6581.6%87.1%
19Tennessee$56,050,5061.5%88.6%
20Washington$51,065,2801.4%89.9%
21Oklahoma$50,486,8721.4%91.3%
22North Carolina$49,347,3921.3%92.6%
23Louisiana$43,030,2851.2%93.8%
24Alabama$31,038,8820.8%94.6%
25Colorado$25,543,4750.7%95.3%
26Pennsylvania$22,119,4760.6%95.9%
27Virginia$18,461,4720.5%96.4%
28Idaho$17,615,2780.5%96.8%
29New York$17,093,7980.5%97.3%
30Arizona$15,967,0990.4%97.7%
31South Carolina$14,912,2470.4%98.1%
32Maryland$14,424,1800.4%98.5%
33New Mexico$13,780,3180.4%98.9%
34Oregon$11,743,6530.3%99.2%
35Florida$8,152,0970.2%99.4%
36Montana$7,478,3900.2%99.6%
37Delaware$4,701,4940.1%99.7%
38New Jersey$2,509,7900.1%99.8%
39Massachusetts$2,188,9890.1%99.8%
40Utah$1,518,5710.0%99.9%
41Vermont$1,437,5620.0%99.9%
42West Virginia$889,1270.0%100.0%
43Nevada$638,8440.0%100.0%
44Wyoming$344,6890.0%100.0%
45Maine$330,9910.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$245,2870.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$122,4710.0%100.0%
48Hawaii$76,1000.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$34,8100.0%100.0%
50Alaska$9,6080.0%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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