Commodity subsidies in Tom Green County, Texas totaled $4.7 million in 2018

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2018

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$836,737,9419.3%9.3%
2Iowa$714,575,6918.0%17.3%
3Kansas$597,054,3916.7%24.0%
4Minnesota$592,906,2346.6%30.6%
5North Dakota$567,213,3216.3%37.0%
6Texas$547,039,3116.1%43.1%
7Nebraska$538,608,6756.0%49.1%
8South Dakota$537,256,3016.0%55.1%
9Arkansas$441,003,9574.9%60.0%
10Indiana$434,687,3784.9%64.9%
11Ohio$372,520,2834.2%69.0%
12Missouri$336,088,4243.8%72.8%
13Wisconsin$225,759,2652.5%75.3%
14Mississippi$218,449,2872.4%77.8%
15Michigan$194,523,3102.2%79.9%
16Montana$190,167,4162.1%82.1%
17Georgia$188,054,8482.1%84.2%
18Louisiana$184,853,4562.1%86.2%
19California$149,470,8811.7%87.9%
20Oklahoma$132,519,2391.5%89.4%
21Idaho$104,135,8931.2%90.5%
22Kentucky$100,107,5041.1%91.7%
23Tennessee$98,626,4571.1%92.8%
24Colorado$86,818,4331.0%93.7%
25Washington$77,776,0850.9%94.6%
26North Carolina$73,332,9860.8%95.4%
27New York$57,278,3420.6%96.1%
28Alabama$56,539,0050.6%96.7%
29Pennsylvania$49,075,6870.5%97.2%
30Virginia$44,937,4330.5%97.7%
31Oregon$32,524,5640.4%98.1%
32New Mexico$29,608,2490.3%98.4%
33South Carolina$25,609,3570.3%98.7%
34Florida$23,550,8710.3%99.0%
35Arizona$22,034,5290.2%99.2%
36Maryland$15,228,4190.2%99.4%
37Utah$11,659,2950.1%99.5%
38Vermont$10,973,1430.1%99.6%
39Wyoming$8,837,8230.1%99.7%
40Delaware$6,990,4810.1%99.8%
41Maine$4,324,8090.0%99.9%
42New Jersey$3,122,4220.0%99.9%
43Connecticut$1,700,5930.0%99.9%
44Massachusetts$1,483,5250.0%99.9%
45New Hampshire$1,446,0790.0%100.0%
46West Virginia$1,438,4710.0%100.0%
47Nevada$1,396,1210.0%100.0%
48Hawaii$451,9640.0%100.0%
49Alaska$206,9200.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$80,1480.0%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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