Livestock Subsidies in 3rd District of California (Rep. John Garamendi) totaled $28.1 million in 2020

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2020

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$57,466,78016.9%16.9%
2California$29,418,8288.6%25.5%
3Nebraska$20,824,5146.1%31.7%
4Iowa$20,649,9386.1%37.7%
5Minnesota$20,409,5396.0%43.7%
6Florida$16,058,1264.7%48.4%
7Wisconsin$13,648,2654.0%52.5%
8South Dakota$13,470,5634.0%56.4%
9Georgia$12,173,8323.6%60.0%
10Washington$9,315,7362.7%62.7%
11Kansas$9,312,0202.7%65.5%
12Alabama$9,270,6932.7%68.2%
13New Mexico$8,797,2922.6%70.8%
14Michigan$8,658,8352.5%73.3%
15Illinois$8,031,7052.4%75.7%
16Idaho$7,467,0812.2%77.9%
17New York$6,372,6211.9%79.8%
18Indiana$5,597,6221.6%81.4%
19Oklahoma$5,411,9621.6%83.0%
20Pennsylvania$5,272,9411.5%84.5%
21Utah$5,208,1081.5%86.1%
22Ohio$5,100,2711.5%87.6%
23North Dakota$4,776,4391.4%89.0%
24Oregon$4,447,3121.3%90.3%
25Arizona$4,072,9901.2%91.5%
26Colorado$3,506,4141.0%92.5%
27Montana$3,245,7731.0%93.5%
28Wyoming$3,237,2091.0%94.4%
29South Carolina$2,711,8570.8%95.2%
30Missouri$2,523,3640.7%95.9%
31Hawaii$2,226,6160.7%96.6%
32North Carolina$1,615,6360.5%97.1%
33Kentucky$1,581,9960.5%97.5%
34Vermont$1,427,9430.4%98.0%
35Tennessee$1,382,3940.4%98.4%
36Nevada$1,007,9020.3%98.7%
37Louisiana$905,4280.3%98.9%
38Arkansas$851,7500.3%99.2%
39Virginia$674,9710.2%99.4%
40Maryland$383,8300.1%99.5%
41Mississippi$331,1320.1%99.6%
42Maine$329,6580.1%99.7%
43New Jersey$266,7070.1%99.8%
44West Virginia$249,5200.1%99.8%
45Connecticut$245,1250.1%99.9%
46Massachusetts$129,7910.0%99.9%
47New Hampshire$116,3580.0%100.0%
48Delaware$34,6030.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$11,5850.0%100.0%
50Alaska$9,6080.0%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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