Corn Subsidies in Tennessee totaled $388,132 in 2019

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2019

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$11,174,81218.3%18.3%
2Nebraska$7,769,41012.7%31.0%
3Illinois$7,356,52112.0%43.0%
4Minnesota$4,620,1797.6%50.6%
5Indiana$4,029,1996.6%57.2%
6Kansas$3,334,6225.5%62.6%
7South Dakota$2,968,6794.9%67.5%
8Ohio$2,741,9044.5%72.0%
9Wisconsin$2,556,7994.2%76.2%
10Missouri$2,296,1783.8%79.9%
11North Dakota$2,217,9563.6%83.6%
12Michigan$1,574,1142.6%86.1%
13Colorado$1,262,8192.1%88.2%
14Texas$1,178,1781.9%90.1%
15Kentucky$902,0941.5%91.6%
16Pennsylvania$585,9541.0%92.6%
17New York$523,0130.9%93.4%
18North Carolina$501,3700.8%94.2%
19Arkansas$410,5680.7%94.9%
20Tennessee$388,1320.6%95.5%
21Maryland$373,2940.6%96.2%
22Georgia$288,8250.5%96.6%
23Mississippi$273,0000.4%97.1%
24Virginia$267,9580.4%97.5%
25Oklahoma$243,0150.4%97.9%
26Alabama$227,9510.4%98.3%
27South Carolina$216,2240.4%98.6%
28Louisiana$140,6960.2%98.9%
29Idaho$111,3340.2%99.1%
30Arizona$104,9940.2%99.2%
31Delaware$96,2500.2%99.4%
32Washington$55,5030.1%99.5%
33California$49,1930.1%99.6%
34Wyoming$48,4400.1%99.6%
35New Jersey$46,3030.1%99.7%
36Oregon$39,4830.1%99.8%
37West Virginia$35,1200.1%99.8%
38New Mexico$32,4560.1%99.9%
39Florida$25,0600.0%99.9%
40Montana$23,7340.0%100.0%
41Utah$11,0500.0%100.0%
42Maine$4,1820.0%100.0%
43Vermont$3,8220.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$2,0340.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$6500.0%100.0%
46Nevada$2640.0%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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