Wheat Subsidies in Tennessee totaled $20.8 million in 2017

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 2017

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$413,452,12415.6%15.6%
2Kansas$333,582,06412.6%28.3%
3Montana$282,689,47310.7%39.0%
4Texas$252,715,4059.6%48.5%
5Oklahoma$201,272,5357.6%56.1%
6Colorado$136,376,4645.2%61.3%
7South Dakota$121,025,0814.6%65.9%
8Washington$113,980,1084.3%70.2%
9Idaho$107,390,0054.1%74.2%
10Nebraska$76,156,4252.9%77.1%
11Minnesota$75,656,1742.9%80.0%
12Missouri$71,609,1182.7%82.7%
13Oregon$46,090,8661.7%84.4%
14Illinois$43,392,1261.6%86.1%
15California$39,316,6571.5%87.6%
16Ohio$37,427,1641.4%89.0%
17Arkansas$37,093,0871.4%90.4%
18Michigan$26,059,4051.0%91.4%
19Kentucky$25,777,2801.0%92.4%
20North Carolina$22,664,5750.9%93.2%
21Tennessee$20,843,2400.8%94.0%
22Indiana$18,693,4170.7%94.7%
23New Mexico$16,535,0990.6%95.3%
24Arizona$13,830,8790.5%95.9%
25Virginia$12,091,7970.5%96.3%
26Mississippi$12,033,4520.5%96.8%
27Wyoming$11,413,9820.4%97.2%
28Utah$11,245,3850.4%97.6%
29Georgia$10,475,5090.4%98.0%
30Alabama$9,195,5050.3%98.4%
31Maryland$8,215,1750.3%98.7%
32South Carolina$7,724,9520.3%99.0%
33Wisconsin$6,721,0030.3%99.2%
34Louisiana$6,316,3710.2%99.5%
35New York$4,020,5260.2%99.6%
36Pennsylvania$3,318,3260.1%99.7%
37Delaware$2,657,0770.1%99.8%
38Nevada$1,633,5170.1%99.9%
39Iowa$1,221,5380.0%100.0%
40New Jersey$619,6370.0%100.0%
41Florida$307,7110.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$213,7870.0%100.0%
43Maine$24,1480.0%100.0%
44Vermont$15,6510.0%100.0%
45Alaska$1,8260.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$5320.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$2060.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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