Cotton Subsidies in Andrews County, Texas totaled $340,814 in 2019

States Receiving cotton subsidies, 2019

Rank State Cotton Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$166,027,50940.7%40.7%
2Georgia$47,907,78411.7%52.4%
3Mississippi$26,409,4516.5%58.9%
4Arkansas$22,308,2835.5%64.4%
5Alabama$22,137,6385.4%69.8%
6Missouri$20,063,2874.9%74.7%
7Oklahoma$19,676,0914.8%79.6%
8North Carolina$14,025,6283.4%83.0%
9California$13,950,6523.4%86.4%
10South Carolina$11,160,5682.7%89.1%
11Tennessee$10,910,5472.7%91.8%
12Arizona$10,864,4172.7%94.5%
13Kansas$8,975,8132.2%96.7%
14Virginia$4,135,4851.0%97.7%
15Louisiana$4,094,0961.0%98.7%
16New Mexico$2,788,8930.7%99.4%
17Florida$2,236,4770.5%99.9%
18Iowa$53,1020.0%99.9%
19Minnesota$49,1640.0%100.0%
20Ohio$38,0240.0%100.0%
21Colorado$35,0190.0%100.0%
22Illinois$34,9690.0%100.0%
23Nebraska$34,5250.0%100.0%
24Wisconsin$19,0740.0%100.0%
25South Dakota$6,1700.0%100.0%
26Delaware$5,5240.0%100.0%
27Indiana$3,0140.0%100.0%
28Kentucky$1,8180.0%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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