Oat Subsidies in 5th District of California (Rep. Mike Thompson) totaled $523,917 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving oat subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Oat Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$76,827,16520.9%20.9%
2South Dakota$60,537,31816.5%37.4%
3Minnesota$35,881,0889.8%47.2%
4Wisconsin$30,989,7178.4%55.6%
5Iowa$21,216,2015.8%61.4%
6Texas$16,593,6744.5%65.9%
7Nebraska$13,748,2073.7%69.6%
8Montana$11,995,1023.3%72.9%
9California$11,785,7873.2%76.1%
10Michigan$7,569,9662.1%78.2%
11New York$7,102,9641.9%80.1%
12Pennsylvania$6,834,2781.9%81.9%
13Kansas$6,357,8871.7%83.7%
14Idaho$5,414,5361.5%85.1%
15Georgia$5,331,2991.5%86.6%
16Maine$4,956,7521.3%87.9%
17Ohio$4,056,2951.1%89.1%
18Colorado$4,022,8951.1%90.1%
19Oregon$4,015,0811.1%91.2%
20Illinois$3,998,4201.1%92.3%
21Oklahoma$3,283,9060.9%93.2%
22Wyoming$3,173,2890.9%94.1%
23North Carolina$2,993,9830.8%94.9%
24South Carolina$2,913,8080.8%95.7%
25Alabama$2,330,8430.6%96.3%
26Utah$1,711,8840.5%96.8%
27Arkansas$1,652,7120.4%97.2%
28Missouri$1,545,6130.4%97.7%
29Indiana$1,179,7040.3%98.0%
30Washington$1,158,1810.3%98.3%
31Florida$1,132,8190.3%98.6%
32Virginia$1,034,6950.3%98.9%
33Louisiana$771,6970.2%99.1%
34Arizona$539,4030.1%99.2%
35Mississippi$512,2230.1%99.4%
36Tennessee$448,6210.1%99.5%
37Kentucky$408,0300.1%99.6%
38New Mexico$289,4770.1%99.7%
39West Virginia$281,4660.1%99.8%
40Nevada$269,8370.1%99.8%
41Maryland$261,0130.1%99.9%
42New Jersey$156,7410.0%100.0%
43Vermont$61,4850.0%100.0%
44Alaska$44,0580.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$13,2070.0%100.0%
46Delaware$10,4870.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$3,7060.0%100.0%
48Connecticut$2,0180.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$580.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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