Livestock Subsidies in Ohio totaled $1.2 million in 2014

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2014

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Oklahoma$891,707,11819.8%19.8%
2Texas$651,108,99514.4%34.2%
3Nebraska$539,282,01812.0%46.2%
4Kansas$479,007,08210.6%56.8%
5Missouri$310,883,5946.9%63.7%
6South Dakota$303,526,4036.7%70.5%
7Arkansas$158,360,3493.5%74.0%
8New Mexico$151,913,7783.4%77.3%
9Colorado$139,442,5613.1%80.4%
10Wyoming$124,103,0552.8%83.2%
11California$108,842,9172.4%85.6%
12Iowa$94,734,7732.1%87.7%
13Georgia$75,875,2691.7%89.4%
14Alabama$51,533,5581.1%90.5%
15Utah$49,203,9091.1%91.6%
16Florida$46,339,4391.0%92.7%
17Montana$45,044,0791.0%93.7%
18Oregon$34,157,4440.8%94.4%
19Nevada$32,433,8450.7%95.1%
20Indiana$29,084,7290.6%95.8%
21Arizona$26,066,6370.6%96.4%
22Kentucky$25,535,4040.6%96.9%
23Illinois$16,499,6360.4%97.3%
24Louisiana$16,426,8830.4%97.6%
25Hawaii$16,242,5990.4%98.0%
26Minnesota$15,800,8980.4%98.4%
27North Dakota$14,234,8830.3%98.7%
28Wisconsin$13,233,5770.3%99.0%
29Tennessee$11,121,3670.2%99.2%
30South Carolina$10,809,1730.2%99.5%
31Idaho$10,589,6190.2%99.7%
32Mississippi$6,081,4840.1%99.8%
33Michigan$1,493,4300.0%99.9%
34Ohio$1,165,5170.0%99.9%
35North Carolina$1,111,2530.0%99.9%
36Washington$1,035,3440.0%99.9%
37Virginia$660,2930.0%99.9%
38West Virginia$642,9780.0%100.0%
39Pennsylvania$631,9290.0%100.0%
40New York$454,0940.0%100.0%
41Massachusetts$407,9790.0%100.0%
42Alaska$100,5730.0%100.0%
43New Jersey$92,9280.0%100.0%
44Maine$10,7710.0%100.0%
45Vermont$10,7350.0%100.0%
46Maryland$5,4760.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$2840.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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