Commodity subsidies in Wyoming totaled $11.5 million in 2019

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2019

Rank State Total Commodity Programs
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$1,583,212,2659.2%9.2%
2Texas$1,477,604,5908.6%17.8%
3Illinois$1,464,405,0428.5%26.4%
4Kansas$1,226,082,8507.1%33.5%
5Minnesota$1,050,587,0586.1%39.7%
6Nebraska$935,651,1305.5%45.1%
7Missouri$881,308,8315.1%50.3%
8North Dakota$872,128,5005.1%55.3%
9Arkansas$824,431,0974.8%60.1%
10Indiana$762,387,6354.4%64.6%
11Ohio$589,817,5713.4%68.0%
12South Dakota$572,717,2543.3%71.4%
13Georgia$478,506,6182.8%74.2%
14Mississippi$432,441,4142.5%76.7%
15Wisconsin$396,670,9572.3%79.0%
16Michigan$307,342,8321.8%80.8%
17North Carolina$297,877,6641.7%82.5%
18Oklahoma$295,315,6431.7%84.2%
19Louisiana$289,660,6811.7%85.9%
20California$286,243,1141.7%87.6%
21Tennessee$270,278,5401.6%89.2%
22Kentucky$264,141,5401.5%90.7%
23Montana$215,712,4241.3%92.0%
24Alabama$187,176,0211.1%93.1%
25Colorado$145,145,3240.8%93.9%
26Pennsylvania$121,634,4540.7%94.6%
27Virginia$110,303,8470.6%95.3%
28Idaho$108,568,9620.6%95.9%
29Washington$107,385,5210.6%96.5%
30New York$94,263,6900.5%97.1%
31South Carolina$92,563,1250.5%97.6%
32Maryland$84,935,7930.5%98.1%
33Arizona$71,276,3420.4%98.5%
34New Mexico$52,508,6010.3%98.8%
35Florida$47,808,7550.3%99.1%
36Oregon$44,140,8610.3%99.4%
37Delaware$27,251,8180.2%99.5%
38Utah$16,387,7520.1%99.6%
39New Jersey$13,628,1850.1%99.7%
40Vermont$11,966,1950.1%99.8%
41Wyoming$11,531,6610.1%99.8%
42Massachusetts$5,946,9810.0%99.9%
43West Virginia$5,217,4250.0%99.9%
44Nevada$4,677,1460.0%99.9%
45Puerto Rico$4,309,3560.0%100.0%
46Maine$4,247,5050.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$2,025,4560.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$1,414,6500.0%100.0%
49Alaska$233,4110.0%100.0%
50Hawaii$214,0120.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$147,5850.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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