Dairy Program Subsidies in Utah totaled $3.9 million in 2018

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2018

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$85,413,13521.3%21.3%
2California$42,306,14810.6%31.9%
3New York$36,961,3989.2%41.1%
4Minnesota$31,452,9467.9%49.0%
5Pennsylvania$28,112,5287.0%56.0%
6Michigan$20,314,7605.1%61.0%
7Ohio$14,672,8083.7%64.7%
8Iowa$14,411,1003.6%68.3%
9Idaho$11,539,5652.9%71.2%
10Texas$9,906,9222.5%73.7%
11Vermont$9,587,4662.4%76.1%
12Washington$9,253,7862.3%78.4%
13Illinois$7,597,5741.9%80.3%
14New Mexico$6,107,2151.5%81.8%
15Virginia$6,027,6771.5%83.3%
16Indiana$5,325,2491.3%84.6%
17Missouri$4,779,8121.2%85.8%
18Oregon$4,560,7481.1%86.9%
19Utah$3,888,8421.0%87.9%
20Colorado$3,521,3290.9%88.8%
21Kentucky$3,450,7850.9%89.7%
22South Dakota$3,389,1950.8%90.5%
23Arizona$3,184,4180.8%91.3%
24Maryland$3,130,9530.8%92.1%
25Tennessee$3,058,5130.8%92.8%
26North Carolina$2,782,4540.7%93.5%
27Kansas$2,700,0100.7%94.2%
28Georgia$2,657,3710.7%94.9%
29Maine$2,511,6820.6%95.5%
30Nebraska$2,335,4830.6%96.1%
31Florida$2,252,9720.6%96.6%
32Connecticut$1,349,9310.3%97.0%
33Oklahoma$1,284,9170.3%97.3%
34Massachusetts$1,229,5080.3%97.6%
35New Hampshire$1,184,3310.3%97.9%
36Montana$1,167,6320.3%98.2%
37Louisiana$1,119,3100.3%98.5%
38South Carolina$1,065,7930.3%98.7%
39North Dakota$917,7870.2%99.0%
40Mississippi$687,1570.2%99.1%
41Nevada$684,3140.2%99.3%
42New Jersey$534,3810.1%99.4%
43West Virginia$519,1270.1%99.6%
44Arkansas$507,2480.1%99.7%
45Alabama$458,2150.1%99.8%
46Delaware$436,2830.1%99.9%
47Wyoming$220,8250.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$62,7130.0%100.0%
49Alaska$2,4600.0%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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