Cotton Subsidies in Coryell County, Texas totaled $34,470 in 2018

States Receiving cotton subsidies, 2018

Rank State Cotton Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$649,164,63159.6%59.6%
2Georgia$96,099,4668.8%68.4%
3Oklahoma$52,164,8984.8%73.2%
4Mississippi$51,316,8404.7%77.9%
5Alabama$33,451,2273.1%81.0%
6North Carolina$33,042,2303.0%84.0%
7Arkansas$27,851,0672.6%86.6%
8Tennessee$26,585,7812.4%89.0%
9South Carolina$22,744,2362.1%91.1%
10Louisiana$20,174,7301.9%93.0%
11Missouri$17,213,1821.6%94.5%
12Arizona$15,232,1651.4%95.9%
13California$14,296,6151.3%97.3%
14Virginia$8,916,1650.8%98.1%
15Florida$7,614,7270.7%98.8%
16New Mexico$6,706,5620.6%99.4%
17Kansas$6,521,0150.6%100.0%
18Ohio$39,0100.0%100.0%
19Nebraska$20,4640.0%100.0%
20Illinois$14,7720.0%100.0%
21Indiana$7,9690.0%100.0%
22Iowa$2,9460.0%100.0%
23Kentucky$1,8570.0%100.0%
24Wisconsin$1,1660.0%100.0%
25South Dakota$4290.0%100.0%
26Minnesota$4160.0%100.0%
27Montana$3660.0%100.0%
28Colorado$2330.0%100.0%
29North Dakota$60.0%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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