Livestock Subsidies in Vermont totaled $16,440 in 2019

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2019

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$8,996,65037.1%37.1%
2Minnesota$3,554,85714.7%51.7%
3Illinois$1,755,8477.2%59.0%
4Nebraska$1,288,5285.3%64.3%
5Ohio$1,220,0135.0%69.3%
6Missouri$1,090,1954.5%73.8%
7Indiana$1,089,6174.5%78.3%
8South Dakota$941,2413.9%82.2%
9Kansas$908,8793.7%85.9%
10Pennsylvania$840,6943.5%89.4%
11Michigan$699,7332.9%92.3%
12North Carolina$529,5402.2%94.5%
13Wisconsin$341,1441.4%95.9%
14Montana$238,0911.0%96.8%
15Tennessee$140,6080.6%97.4%
16North Dakota$116,0960.5%97.9%
17Texas$105,4960.4%98.3%
18Alabama$46,9120.2%98.5%
19Georgia$43,2890.2%98.7%
20Utah$33,6800.1%98.8%
21Florida$31,5600.1%99.0%
22Colorado$26,4490.1%99.1%
23Maryland$23,9600.1%99.2%
24Kentucky$22,6560.1%99.3%
25Hawaii$20,1920.1%99.4%
26Oregon$19,2580.1%99.4%
27Arkansas$18,7760.1%99.5%
28New York$17,8410.1%99.6%
29Washington$16,9760.1%99.7%
30Virginia$16,6570.1%99.7%
31Vermont$16,4400.1%99.8%
32Mississippi$11,1120.0%99.8%
33Idaho$7,3200.0%99.9%
34South Carolina$6,6720.0%99.9%
35Oklahoma$5,5520.0%99.9%
36Connecticut$5,3280.0%99.9%
37New Hampshire$3,5680.0%100.0%
38Rhode Island$3,3600.0%100.0%
39Massachusetts$3,2640.0%100.0%
40Maine$1,2560.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$1,2000.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$4320.0%100.0%
43Wyoming$2320.0%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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