Sorghum Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $117,012 in 2019

States Receiving sorghum subsidies, 2019

Rank State Sorghum Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$68,086,60060.0%60.0%
2Texas$24,725,56221.8%81.8%
3Colorado$5,260,7184.6%86.4%
4South Dakota$4,240,1563.7%90.2%
5Oklahoma$4,116,4203.6%93.8%
6Nebraska$2,777,4302.4%96.3%
7Missouri$829,8850.7%97.0%
8New Mexico$747,4790.7%97.6%
9Illinois$387,3060.3%98.0%
10Indiana$345,9370.3%98.3%
11Georgia$282,0520.2%98.5%
12Michigan$221,9030.2%98.7%
13Arkansas$170,0830.1%98.9%
14North Carolina$129,6730.1%99.0%
15Maryland$126,5100.1%99.1%
16Pennsylvania$117,0120.1%99.2%
17Kentucky$112,1280.1%99.3%
18South Carolina$93,6000.1%99.4%
19Wisconsin$91,1600.1%99.5%
20California$90,5130.1%99.6%
21Tennessee$82,0340.1%99.6%
22Iowa$76,5110.1%99.7%
23Louisiana$69,5960.1%99.8%
24Virginia$50,1400.0%99.8%
25Alabama$45,9170.0%99.8%
26New York$34,6840.0%99.9%
27Arizona$32,7160.0%99.9%
28New Jersey$26,4360.0%99.9%
29Ohio$21,0680.0%99.9%
30Mississippi$16,9240.0%100.0%
31Delaware$14,3440.0%100.0%
32Florida$10,2360.0%100.0%
33North Dakota$9,9760.0%100.0%
34Idaho$4,7700.0%100.0%
35Montana$2,5040.0%100.0%
36Washington$1,9160.0%100.0%
37Minnesota$1,6440.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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