Livestock Subsidies in Ohio totaled $97,527 in 2017

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2017

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Alabama$69,644,40415.6%15.6%
2South Dakota$66,781,48614.9%30.5%
3North Dakota$53,414,32811.9%42.4%
4Montana$41,854,6989.3%51.7%
5Tennessee$29,688,5156.6%58.4%
6Georgia$23,989,3385.4%63.7%
7Florida$22,860,4995.1%68.8%
8California$22,190,7745.0%73.8%
9Texas$19,766,9594.4%78.2%
10Mississippi$18,141,4974.1%82.3%
11Oklahoma$13,227,1043.0%85.2%
12Iowa$12,202,6712.7%87.9%
13Louisiana$6,774,1211.5%89.5%
14Oregon$6,322,4471.4%90.9%
15Wyoming$6,117,3301.4%92.2%
16South Carolina$5,049,8401.1%93.4%
17Kansas$3,910,0170.9%94.2%
18North Carolina$3,432,3020.8%95.0%
19Idaho$3,121,1710.7%95.7%
20Hawaii$2,998,7210.7%96.4%
21New York$2,316,5680.5%96.9%
22Utah$1,870,0240.4%97.3%
23Kentucky$1,788,9850.4%97.7%
24Arkansas$1,668,5050.4%98.1%
25Minnesota$1,352,1710.3%98.4%
26Nebraska$1,342,2970.3%98.7%
27Nevada$1,017,6520.2%98.9%
28Arizona$754,2080.2%99.1%
29Washington$671,2840.1%99.2%
30New Mexico$609,2340.1%99.4%
31Massachusetts$528,9440.1%99.5%
32Pennsylvania$488,2330.1%99.6%
33Missouri$403,9930.1%99.7%
34Wisconsin$365,4610.1%99.8%
35West Virginia$206,9700.0%99.8%
36Maine$168,6830.0%99.8%
37Virginia$155,6950.0%99.9%
38Ohio$97,5270.0%99.9%
39Indiana$81,7580.0%99.9%
40New Jersey$80,2300.0%99.9%
41Michigan$72,0760.0%100.0%
42New Hampshire$71,1790.0%100.0%
43Illinois$47,0160.0%100.0%
44Vermont$33,7400.0%100.0%
45Rhode Island$21,5870.0%100.0%
46Colorado$15,0410.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$2,8140.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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