Soybean Subsidies in Charles Mix County, South Dakota totaled $4.0 million in 2011

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 2011

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$261,373,92012.3%12.3%
2Illinois$242,381,48911.4%23.7%
3Minnesota$222,116,87310.4%34.2%
4Indiana$152,272,1347.2%41.3%
5South Dakota$148,638,6727.0%48.3%
6Missouri$143,322,3556.7%55.1%
7Ohio$137,402,4966.5%61.5%
8North Dakota$137,381,6216.5%68.0%
9Nebraska$137,140,2966.5%74.4%
10Kansas$101,129,1634.8%79.2%
11Arkansas$65,752,5373.1%82.3%
12Michigan$50,229,3042.4%84.6%
13Mississippi$47,519,6882.2%86.9%
14Wisconsin$46,276,8242.2%89.1%
15Kentucky$44,448,8632.1%91.1%
16North Carolina$42,212,5822.0%93.1%
17Tennessee$33,512,6081.6%94.7%
18Louisiana$26,948,9851.3%96.0%
19Virginia$16,029,8540.8%96.7%
20Maryland$13,543,8520.6%97.4%
21Pennsylvania$10,580,8630.5%97.9%
22South Carolina$10,275,4940.5%98.4%
23Oklahoma$8,677,3490.4%98.8%
24Alabama$6,776,8420.3%99.1%
25Texas$5,610,3060.3%99.3%
26Delaware$4,778,1330.2%99.6%
27New York$3,202,4180.2%99.7%
28Georgia$2,764,4190.1%99.8%
29New Jersey$2,069,4970.1%99.9%
30Colorado$410,9550.0%100.0%
31Florida$380,4430.0%100.0%
32West Virginia$267,2000.0%100.0%
33Vermont$78,5530.0%100.0%
34Maine$9,9460.0%100.0%
35Montana$1,5870.0%100.0%
36New Mexico$1,5050.0%100.0%
37Massachusetts$1,1150.0%100.0%
38Oregon$8500.0%100.0%
39Arizona$5070.0%100.0%
40Utah$4470.0%100.0%
41California$3730.0%100.0%
42New Hampshire$3020.0%100.0%
43Idaho$1480.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$1370.0%100.0%
45Wyoming$1170.0%100.0%
46Washington$720.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$80.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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