Canola Subsidies in Divide County, North Dakota totaled $1.4 million in 2018

States Receiving canola subsidies, 2018

Rank State Canola Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$91,516,84390.0%90.0%
2Minnesota$2,187,6292.2%92.2%
3Montana$2,099,4502.1%94.2%
4Oklahoma$1,564,6211.5%95.8%
5Idaho$1,484,9791.5%97.2%
6Kansas$996,4331.0%98.2%
7Washington$760,2480.7%99.0%
8Texas$367,1310.4%99.3%
9Oregon$293,1790.3%99.6%
10Kentucky$131,3300.1%99.7%
11Colorado$62,9120.1%99.8%
12South Carolina$40,4170.0%99.8%
13Tennessee$33,8970.0%99.9%
14Georgia$32,8390.0%99.9%
15South Dakota$30,2890.0%99.9%
16Alabama$19,9400.0%100.0%
17North Carolina$17,7130.0%100.0%
18Virginia$12,8590.0%100.0%
19Maine$8,7300.0%100.0%
20California$6,7440.0%100.0%
21Pennsylvania$1,0210.0%100.0%
22Arizona$7750.0%100.0%
23West Virginia$5560.0%100.0%
24Missouri$4740.0%100.0%
25Nebraska$2780.0%100.0%
26Wisconsin$1450.0%100.0%
27Utah$940.0%100.0%
28Mississippi$900.0%100.0%
29Ohio$810.0%100.0%
30Arkansas$320.0%100.0%
31Indiana$160.0%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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