Dry Pea Subsidies in Washington totaled $20.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

From 1995 to 2020, the top 10 percent of dry pea subsidy recipients were paid 67 percent of dry pea subsidies.

Pct. of Recipients Pct. of Payments Number of Recipients Total Payments 1995-2020‡ Payment per Recipient
Top 1%21%23$4,274,475$185,847
Top 2%31%47$6,282,030$133,660
Top 3%38%71$7,816,452$110,091
Top 4%44%95$9,102,403$95,815
Top 5%50%119$10,198,039$85,698
Top 6%54%142$11,085,586$78,068
Top 7%58%166$11,905,010$71,717
Top 8%61%190$12,600,981$66,321
Top 9%64%214$13,214,346$61,749
Top 10%67%238$13,746,792$57,760
Top 11%69%261$14,203,079$54,418
Top 12%71%285$14,635,926$51,354
Top 13%73%309$15,032,313$48,648
Top 14%75%333$15,392,035$46,222
Top 15%76%357$15,718,952$44,031
Top 16%78%380$16,011,351$42,135
Top 17%79%404$16,295,505$40,335
Top 18%80%428$16,559,648$38,691
Top 19%82%452$16,803,365$37,176
Top 20%83%476$17,027,155$35,771
Remaining 80% of recips.17%1,905$3,565,109$1,871

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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