Miscellaneous Farm Programs payments in Virginia totaled $17.7 million from 1995-2023.

States Receiving Miscellaneous Farm Programs payments, 1995-2023

Rank State Miscellaneous Farm Programs
1995-2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Washington$205,182,95917.1%17.1%
2Alaska$106,869,2948.9%26.1%
3Minnesota$89,655,0907.5%33.5%
4Idaho$72,251,6656.0%39.6%
5Georgia$67,289,3005.6%45.2%
6Maine$57,816,9424.8%50.0%
7Michigan$51,627,3634.3%54.3%
8Iowa$48,443,8374.0%58.4%
9California$43,820,7383.7%62.0%
10Texas$41,821,4533.5%65.5%
11North Dakota$39,517,9773.3%68.8%
12New York$36,240,0013.0%71.9%
13Oregon$34,051,2702.8%74.7%
14Nebraska$28,923,0732.4%77.1%
15North Carolina$24,926,9822.1%79.2%
16Illinois$22,850,1211.9%81.1%
17Alabama$22,823,5831.9%83.0%
18Virginia$17,729,0251.5%84.5%
19Pennsylvania$15,608,2741.3%85.8%
20Indiana$14,386,0481.2%87.0%
21Massachusetts$13,343,2461.1%88.1%
22Ohio$13,193,8311.1%89.2%
23Wisconsin$12,999,4281.1%90.3%
24Missouri$12,892,4161.1%91.4%
25Colorado$12,697,5141.1%92.4%
26Florida$12,614,4521.1%93.5%
27Oklahoma$10,647,0370.9%94.4%
28Montana$7,527,8360.6%95.0%
29South Dakota$7,018,8890.6%95.6%
30Wyoming$5,443,6030.5%96.1%
31Rhode Island$5,352,3040.4%96.5%
32Kansas$4,788,3380.4%96.9%
33New Jersey$3,469,2230.3%97.2%
34Hawaii$3,382,1670.3%97.5%
35Vermont$3,112,4880.3%97.7%
36Arizona$3,048,7880.3%98.0%
37New Mexico$2,721,1030.2%98.2%
38New Hampshire$2,575,6730.2%98.4%
39West Virginia$2,465,5510.2%98.6%
40Mississippi$2,169,8010.2%98.8%
41Utah$2,061,2100.2%99.0%
42South Carolina$1,925,7960.2%99.2%
43Kentucky$1,859,3020.2%99.3%
44Tennessee$1,763,6850.1%99.5%
45Maryland$1,697,0280.1%99.6%
46Louisiana$1,522,0050.1%99.7%
47Connecticut$1,214,8130.1%99.8%
48Arkansas$1,028,3210.1%99.9%
49Nevada$563,3610.0%100.0%
50Delaware$428,0050.0%100.0%
51Puerto Rico$2,2250.0%100.0%
52US Virgin Islands$600.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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