Livestock Subsidies in 3rd District of Georgia (Rep. Drew Ferguson) totaled $2.9 million in 2016

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 2016

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$90,262,09720.1%20.1%
2Oklahoma$48,285,09410.8%30.9%
3California$46,577,62310.4%41.2%
4Oregon$27,899,9466.2%47.4%
5Alabama$27,122,5906.0%53.5%
6Georgia$26,375,9695.9%59.4%
7South Dakota$21,552,5644.8%64.2%
8Mississippi$18,928,1044.2%68.4%
9Louisiana$16,702,6503.7%72.1%
10Idaho$15,389,9973.4%75.5%
11Montana$12,596,9582.8%78.3%
12New Mexico$11,606,1082.6%80.9%
13Washington$9,765,1432.2%83.1%
14Arkansas$9,635,8802.1%85.2%
15Nevada$9,417,7852.1%87.3%
16Wyoming$9,143,0912.0%89.4%
17Tennessee$6,129,8791.4%90.7%
18Utah$5,705,9671.3%92.0%
19Kentucky$4,986,5171.1%93.1%
20Nebraska$3,878,7850.9%94.0%
21Kansas$3,795,4550.8%94.8%
22Florida$3,352,3890.7%95.6%
23Arizona$3,158,7770.7%96.3%
24Hawaii$2,358,7920.5%96.8%
25South Carolina$2,336,9380.5%97.3%
26North Carolina$1,777,1100.4%97.7%
27Minnesota$1,596,6010.4%98.1%
28North Dakota$1,504,1630.3%98.4%
29Iowa$1,458,9640.3%98.7%
30New York$1,179,8840.3%99.0%
31Missouri$612,1080.1%99.1%
32Colorado$592,5850.1%99.3%
33Wisconsin$516,6780.1%99.4%
34Massachusetts$493,6270.1%99.5%
35Pennsylvania$419,6310.1%99.6%
36West Virginia$407,2340.1%99.7%
37Ohio$378,9940.1%99.7%
38Virginia$344,4620.1%99.8%
39Michigan$214,0360.0%99.9%
40Indiana$181,1980.0%99.9%
41Illinois$170,9390.0%99.9%
42New Hampshire$88,5450.0%100.0%
43Maryland$74,1650.0%100.0%
44New Jersey$45,5750.0%100.0%
45Maine$18,7140.0%100.0%
46Vermont$1,3240.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$610.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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