Livestock Subsidies in 3rd District of California (Rep. John Garamendi) totaled $0 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$2,062,832,67116.5%16.5%
2Oklahoma$1,786,666,70614.3%30.9%
3Nebraska$826,724,9336.6%37.5%
4Kansas$750,608,7556.0%43.5%
5South Dakota$731,960,6915.9%49.4%
6Missouri$559,061,9584.5%53.9%
7California$493,699,4314.0%57.8%
8Montana$361,062,1782.9%60.7%
9New Mexico$359,844,8072.9%63.6%
10Iowa$346,629,0872.8%66.4%
11Arkansas$328,173,9262.6%69.0%
12Colorado$321,787,7472.6%71.6%
13Georgia$290,339,3542.3%73.9%
14Alabama$284,862,2562.3%76.2%
15Wyoming$266,089,1952.1%78.3%
16North Dakota$230,802,2681.9%80.2%
17Florida$208,272,9471.7%81.9%
18Minnesota$203,311,2791.6%83.5%
19Oregon$180,845,7041.4%84.9%
20Utah$153,829,8471.2%86.2%
21Kentucky$151,220,4091.2%87.4%
22Tennessee$143,723,6171.2%88.5%
23Louisiana$135,509,3371.1%89.6%
24Wisconsin$120,825,5711.0%90.6%
25Mississippi$116,802,3900.9%91.5%
26Idaho$115,561,5080.9%92.5%
27Arizona$113,803,7280.9%93.4%
28Illinois$102,957,3450.8%94.2%
29Indiana$87,703,3990.7%94.9%
30Nevada$83,655,8190.7%95.6%
31New York$65,736,1880.5%96.1%
32North Carolina$59,940,7140.5%96.6%
33Ohio$59,831,8010.5%97.1%
34Washington$57,607,5370.5%97.5%
35Michigan$52,050,0760.4%97.9%
36South Carolina$51,831,0650.4%98.3%
37Hawaii$51,569,4820.4%98.8%
38Pennsylvania$49,841,1000.4%99.2%
39Virginia$49,635,7170.4%99.6%
40Vermont$15,455,3280.1%99.7%
41West Virginia$14,677,5310.1%99.8%
42Massachusetts$7,114,7870.1%99.9%
43Maryland$6,883,5120.1%99.9%
44Maine$3,664,3290.0%99.9%
45Connecticut$2,148,5510.0%100.0%
46New Jersey$2,123,9380.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$1,625,0690.0%100.0%
48Delaware$647,9500.0%100.0%
49Alaska$535,0310.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$185,9230.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

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

 

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