Commodity subsidies in Summit County, Utah totaled $1,499 in 2016

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2016

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$931,554,52310.6%10.6%
2Texas$778,040,1778.8%19.4%
3Nebraska$705,608,5108.0%27.4%
4Iowa$676,773,4057.7%35.1%
5Indiana$542,698,1996.2%41.2%
6North Dakota$461,314,9445.2%46.4%
7Kansas$428,760,0864.9%51.3%
8Minnesota$419,403,1334.8%56.1%
9Ohio$398,902,7114.5%60.6%
10Arkansas$398,513,2404.5%65.1%
11Georgia$375,296,3674.3%69.4%
12Missouri$271,818,4813.1%72.4%
13South Dakota$249,819,5252.8%75.3%
14Wisconsin$209,845,3352.4%77.7%
15Mississippi$195,075,7372.2%79.9%
16Louisiana$190,071,8972.2%82.0%
17Oklahoma$165,055,6681.9%83.9%
18North Carolina$157,221,5461.8%85.7%
19Michigan$156,545,6621.8%87.4%
20Colorado$120,806,1041.4%88.8%
21Montana$120,433,7201.4%90.2%
22Washington$112,104,9341.3%91.5%
23Alabama$102,176,8551.2%92.6%
24South Carolina$68,907,4110.8%93.4%
25Kentucky$67,668,5510.8%94.2%
26Idaho$64,148,4570.7%94.9%
27California$62,735,8870.7%95.6%
28Tennessee$59,772,8190.7%96.3%
29New York$57,539,4470.7%96.9%
30Florida$43,713,9690.5%97.4%
31Virginia$43,370,6480.5%97.9%
32Oregon$38,859,6520.4%98.4%
33New Mexico$35,465,2420.4%98.8%
34Pennsylvania$30,649,1490.3%99.1%
35Maryland$20,538,8090.2%99.3%
36Arizona$19,605,0830.2%99.6%
37Utah$8,463,8990.1%99.7%
38Delaware$7,920,2850.1%99.7%
39Wyoming$6,444,7750.1%99.8%
40New Jersey$4,596,4470.1%99.9%
41Vermont$3,731,3800.0%99.9%
42West Virginia$2,411,0810.0%99.9%
43Maine$2,236,5210.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$1,017,2020.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$569,2400.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$539,8640.0%100.0%
47Nevada$482,5170.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$46,5680.0%100.0%
49Alaska$17,6290.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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