Dairy Program Subsidies in Archer County, Texas totaled $10.8 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$1,258,826,68320.6%20.6%
2California$565,501,3199.3%29.9%
3New York$550,232,0289.0%38.9%
4Pennsylvania$498,818,1608.2%47.0%
5Minnesota$483,518,0097.9%55.0%
6Michigan$272,392,5694.5%59.4%
7Ohio$221,104,8053.6%63.0%
8Iowa$200,126,9543.3%66.3%
9Texas$173,593,6742.8%69.2%
10Idaho$135,146,2542.2%71.4%
11Vermont$134,073,8512.2%73.6%
12Washington$121,055,7162.0%75.5%
13Illinois$110,338,7511.8%77.4%
14Missouri$107,531,0881.8%79.1%
15Indiana$95,566,0911.6%80.7%
16Virginia$93,519,2131.5%82.2%
17Kentucky$85,472,0781.4%83.6%
18Tennessee$70,990,4991.2%84.8%
19South Dakota$63,248,6691.0%85.8%
20Oregon$60,568,0021.0%86.8%
21New Mexico$56,602,9230.9%87.7%
22Maryland$56,206,1250.9%88.6%
23Utah$55,792,7560.9%89.6%
24Georgia$53,885,4200.9%90.4%
25Kansas$49,836,6700.8%91.3%
26North Carolina$49,014,0980.8%92.1%
27Florida$47,493,2220.8%92.8%
28Nebraska$44,354,7470.7%93.6%
29Colorado$38,421,2010.6%94.2%
30Arizona$35,801,5770.6%94.8%
31Oklahoma$35,325,8850.6%95.4%
32Maine$33,813,8280.6%95.9%
33Louisiana$31,750,2700.5%96.4%
34North Dakota$25,790,6590.4%96.9%
35Mississippi$25,340,4580.4%97.3%
36Connecticut$20,545,5450.3%97.6%
37Arkansas$20,330,6130.3%97.9%
38Massachusetts$20,111,6700.3%98.3%
39South Carolina$16,266,8990.3%98.5%
40Montana$16,247,8660.3%98.8%
41New Hampshire$15,801,8470.3%99.1%
42Alabama$13,380,5480.2%99.3%
43West Virginia$11,675,3730.2%99.5%
44New Jersey$11,583,3420.2%99.7%
45Nevada$8,592,4220.1%99.8%
46Delaware$5,803,2700.1%99.9%
47Wyoming$3,181,8150.1%99.9%
48Hawaii$1,354,9840.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$1,262,8890.0%100.0%
50Alaska$657,1350.0%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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