USDA subsidies in Jones County, South Dakota totaled $6.7 million in 2018

Total USDA - Subsidies by state, 2018

Rank State Total USDA - Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,531,498,9388.5%8.5%
2Iowa$1,478,474,0098.2%16.7%
3Illinois$1,382,237,6417.7%24.3%
4North Dakota$1,263,915,5657.0%31.3%
5South Dakota$1,119,466,8616.2%37.6%
6Kansas$1,118,946,3926.2%43.8%
7Minnesota$1,096,184,5736.1%49.8%
8Nebraska$921,616,5415.1%54.9%
9Missouri$777,590,3784.3%59.2%
10Indiana$682,335,1843.8%63.0%
11Arkansas$580,579,3393.2%66.2%
12Ohio$569,969,1773.2%69.4%
13California$425,000,3542.4%71.8%
14Wisconsin$403,072,1702.2%74.0%
15Montana$397,122,3242.2%76.2%
16Oklahoma$395,549,7342.2%78.4%
17Mississippi$363,341,8942.0%80.4%
18Georgia$361,555,1292.0%82.4%
19Michigan$321,637,6261.8%84.2%
20Colorado$288,578,3241.6%85.8%
21Louisiana$272,974,2051.5%87.3%
22Washington$255,804,1201.4%88.7%
23Kentucky$236,554,5421.3%90.0%
24North Carolina$217,200,3961.2%91.2%
25Florida$190,609,3101.1%92.3%
26Idaho$177,729,7831.0%93.3%
27Tennessee$175,555,1061.0%94.3%
28Alabama$126,150,3550.7%94.9%
29Pennsylvania$106,802,1140.6%95.5%
30Arizona$105,031,0640.6%96.1%
31New Mexico$102,419,3820.6%96.7%
32New York$102,080,1030.6%97.3%
33Oregon$100,598,3070.6%97.8%
34Virginia$93,637,9000.5%98.3%
35South Carolina$85,008,5520.5%98.8%
36Maryland$45,296,4360.3%99.1%
37Utah$43,226,3950.2%99.3%
38Wyoming$30,432,8920.2%99.5%
39Nevada$18,181,0750.1%99.6%
40Vermont$13,876,8810.1%99.6%
41Delaware$13,246,5500.1%99.7%
42Maine$12,248,3840.1%99.8%
43Hawaii$10,165,6480.1%99.8%
44New Jersey$9,684,9940.1%99.9%
45Connecticut$6,176,8610.0%99.9%
46Massachusetts$5,761,7300.0%100.0%
47West Virginia$4,281,4560.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$1,988,7730.0%100.0%
49Alaska$726,5670.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$348,9200.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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