Livestock Subsidies in Vermont totaled $131,770 in 2018

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2018

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Oklahoma$100,320,93814.8%14.8%
2Texas$77,478,68811.4%26.2%
3Missouri$68,802,46810.2%36.4%
4Kansas$53,537,9907.9%44.3%
5Iowa$49,538,1427.3%51.6%
6Montana$41,891,0916.2%57.8%
7Minnesota$33,239,4024.9%62.7%
8South Dakota$26,007,5923.8%66.5%
9Colorado$21,786,0793.2%69.8%
10New Mexico$21,370,0963.2%72.9%
11North Dakota$17,657,1362.6%75.5%
12Utah$16,757,2232.5%78.0%
13Florida$15,624,5412.3%80.3%
14Illinois$15,204,8842.2%82.5%
15California$14,405,2232.1%84.7%
16Arkansas$10,211,7801.5%86.2%
17Arizona$10,210,0651.5%87.7%
18Oregon$9,674,6721.4%89.1%
19Nebraska$9,544,8791.4%90.5%
20Alabama$9,366,5121.4%91.9%
21Indiana$8,589,3401.3%93.2%
22Georgia$6,760,2281.0%94.2%
23Ohio$5,340,2990.8%94.9%
24Idaho$4,628,6710.7%95.6%
25Louisiana$4,367,6670.6%96.3%
26Wyoming$3,121,1360.5%96.7%
27Kentucky$3,051,6470.5%97.2%
28Hawaii$2,666,0570.4%97.6%
29North Carolina$2,529,4140.4%98.0%
30Michigan$2,428,1280.4%98.3%
31Wisconsin$2,237,2590.3%98.6%
32Pennsylvania$2,126,2370.3%99.0%
33Mississippi$1,165,9560.2%99.1%
34Washington$1,136,1690.2%99.3%
35New York$1,077,5260.2%99.5%
36Nevada$784,3840.1%99.6%
37Massachusetts$757,0930.1%99.7%
38South Carolina$528,8720.1%99.8%
39West Virginia$422,0450.1%99.8%
40New Jersey$332,5610.0%99.9%
41Virginia$310,1230.0%99.9%
42Maine$221,2210.0%99.9%
43Vermont$131,7700.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$94,6090.0%100.0%
45Maryland$64,1200.0%100.0%
46Tennessee$41,8470.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$6,6070.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$4,0040.0%100.0%
49Delaware$6560.0%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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