Corn Subsidies in Brooke County, West Virginia totaled $5,595 in 2011

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='corn' and regtype='STATE' and m2011!=0 ORDER BY m2011 DESC

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2011

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$804,731,45316.2%16.2%
2Illinois$703,338,60314.2%30.4%
3Nebraska$515,896,24510.4%40.8%
4Minnesota$459,243,9759.3%50.1%
5Indiana$350,571,0707.1%57.1%
6South Dakota$315,735,9326.4%63.5%
7Wisconsin$233,445,1264.7%68.2%
8Kansas$224,162,8494.5%72.7%
9Ohio$216,905,6754.4%77.1%
10Missouri$192,848,5733.9%81.0%
11North Dakota$171,217,8593.5%84.4%
12Michigan$129,302,2512.6%87.0%
13Texas$90,172,4161.8%88.9%
14Colorado$80,992,6821.6%90.5%
15Kentucky$78,084,0671.6%92.1%
16Pennsylvania$47,220,2551.0%93.0%
17North Carolina$43,206,5130.9%93.9%
18Tennessee$35,776,9480.7%94.6%
19New York$32,319,4980.7%95.3%
20Mississippi$30,120,9480.6%95.9%
21Virginia$25,546,4270.5%96.4%
22Louisiana$24,710,0980.5%96.9%
23Maryland$23,972,2890.5%97.4%
24South Carolina$19,719,6900.4%97.8%
25Arkansas$17,026,0360.3%98.1%
26Oklahoma$14,567,6350.3%98.4%
27Georgia$13,697,3210.3%98.7%
28Alabama$10,839,8790.2%98.9%
29California$10,169,0180.2%99.1%
30Delaware$8,951,5570.2%99.3%
31New Mexico$4,893,2020.1%99.4%
32Wyoming$4,610,5290.1%99.5%
33New Jersey$4,038,1390.1%99.5%
34Idaho$3,657,9830.1%99.6%
35Washington$2,980,3220.1%99.7%
36Vermont$2,677,7620.1%99.7%
37West Virginia$2,571,8640.1%99.8%
38Montana$2,277,1960.0%99.8%
39Florida$1,767,1450.0%99.9%
40Arizona$1,464,6570.0%99.9%
41Oregon$1,383,7190.0%99.9%
42Utah$1,117,7840.0%99.9%
43Maine$822,5280.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$753,6250.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$577,2960.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$341,4840.0%100.0%
47Nevada$34,1590.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$28,5010.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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