in Vermont totaled $0 from 1995-2016.

Programs included in

Program Total Payments
1995-2016
Total USDA - Subsidies$316,638,429
Subtotal, Farming Subsidies$190,522,849
Dairy Program Subsidies$122,854,934
Corn Subsidies$77,417,332
Subtotal, Conservation Programs$52,236,599
Subtotal, Disaster Payments$51,613,410
EQIP - Regular$26,132,760
Crop Disaster - Program$25,592,534
Crop Insurance Premium Subsidy$22,265,571
Livestock Subsidies$10,301,947
Quality Losses Program$5,186,932
SURE - 2010 Recovery Act Payments for Crop Year 2008$4,769,035
SURE - Program Payments$4,400,861
ACP - Long Term Agreement$3,196,243
CRP - Annual Land Rental$3,171,082
CRP - Cost Share$2,983,236
Emergency Conservation - Stafford$2,242,204
CRP - Practice Incentive$1,751,027
Agricultural Management Assistance Progr$1,674,417
Emergency Conservation - Other$1,655,412
WHIP - Contract Agreements$1,509,844
Grasslands Reserve Program Payment$1,479,780
EQIP - Acp$1,305,709
Apple Subsidies$1,235,644
Emergency Conservation - Flood$1,104,770
Emergency Conservation - Drought$1,088,749
Non-insured Assistance$831,869
Soybean Subsidies$733,716
ACP - Regular$699,320
CRP - Incentives$554,521
Conservation Security Program$363,790
CRP - Signing Incentive$363,384
WRP - Land Capitalized$284,406
WRP - Contract Agreement$274,184
Wheat Subsidies$210,249
Barley Subsidies$201,445
Wool Subsidies$199,588
Sheep Meat Subsidies$146,906
Emergency Conservation - Tornado$130,779
Emergency Conservation - Maple$94,409
Apple and Potato Quality Loss$78,811
WRP - Cost Share$72,958
Pasture Recovery Program$63,644
Oat Subsidies$53,332
Honey Subsidies$40,236
Emergency Forestry Restoration Program$28,413
Mohair Subsidies$18,486
Natural Disaster - 1995$15,540
Tree Subsidies$14,185
Sorghum Subsidies$13,536
Automated Conservation Long Term$12,277
Fish Subsidies$10,069
WRP - Easment$9,220
Interest Penalty Payments$8,340
EQIP - Ground And Surface Water$7,906
Sunflower Subsidies$4,350
Emergency Compensation Program - Agi$2,790
Flax Subsidies$48
CRP - Failure To Comply$-141
Direct Payment - Late Fees$-2,300
 

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