Wheat Subsidies in 21st District of California (Rep. David Valado) totaled $98.3 million from 1995-2017.

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$7,432,018,71616.2%16.2%
2North Dakota$6,976,882,15715.2%31.4%
3Oklahoma$3,868,610,8058.4%39.8%
4Montana$3,561,787,4607.8%47.6%
5Texas$3,371,234,8257.3%54.9%
6South Dakota$2,269,194,5264.9%59.8%
7Washington$2,213,257,5844.8%64.7%
8Minnesota$1,901,590,2824.1%68.8%
9Colorado$1,887,629,3004.1%72.9%
10Idaho$1,504,334,7843.3%76.2%
11Nebraska$1,503,939,4003.3%79.5%
12Missouri$1,134,911,0772.5%81.9%
13Illinois$907,084,0122.0%83.9%
14Oregon$886,946,7391.9%85.8%
15Ohio$762,265,4501.7%87.5%
16Arkansas$745,837,5391.6%89.1%
17California$660,376,2581.4%90.6%
18Michigan$468,722,9871.0%91.6%
19Indiana$454,986,0571.0%92.6%
20North Carolina$390,730,2470.9%93.4%
21Kentucky$380,053,0550.8%94.3%
22Tennessee$312,356,8170.7%94.9%
23Georgia$285,651,8180.6%95.6%
24Mississippi$252,230,4210.5%96.1%
25New Mexico$246,465,8990.5%96.6%
26South Carolina$172,762,1910.4%97.0%
27Virginia$168,037,7890.4%97.4%
28Louisiana$157,483,9490.3%97.7%
29Arizona$145,559,0740.3%98.1%
30Alabama$135,262,6250.3%98.3%
31Utah$128,510,7460.3%98.6%
32Wisconsin$127,572,4610.3%98.9%
33Wyoming$127,282,9040.3%99.2%
34Maryland$105,820,7590.2%99.4%
35New York$85,437,3540.2%99.6%
36Pennsylvania$61,043,8760.1%99.7%
37Delaware$34,364,9500.1%99.8%
38Iowa$34,219,9810.1%99.9%
39Nevada$18,839,4560.0%99.9%
40Florida$17,284,8430.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$13,695,5180.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$4,539,1570.0%100.0%
43Maine$410,9150.0%100.0%
44Vermont$225,9000.0%100.0%
45Alaska$18,5810.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$14,4880.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$10,7500.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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