Livestock Subsidies in 4th District of Georgia (Rep. Hank Johnson) totaled $586,832 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,877,170,69917.4%17.4%
2Oklahoma$1,643,979,42515.2%32.7%
3Nebraska$769,403,1237.1%39.8%
4Kansas$662,110,9346.1%45.9%
5South Dakota$661,023,7926.1%52.1%
6Missouri$470,201,1704.4%56.4%
7California$398,151,0533.7%60.1%
8New Mexico$314,259,3122.9%63.0%
9Arkansas$314,215,7162.9%66.0%
10Montana$301,681,3372.8%68.8%
11Colorado$281,608,0712.6%71.4%
12Georgia$265,433,7952.5%73.8%
13Alabama$264,134,9392.5%76.3%
14Wyoming$254,207,3282.4%78.6%
15Iowa$208,032,1521.9%80.6%
16North Dakota$202,829,2601.9%82.4%
17Florida$169,434,8701.6%84.0%
18Oregon$144,647,2861.3%85.4%
19Kentucky$142,506,6081.3%86.7%
20Tennessee$139,729,3881.3%88.0%
21Louisiana$127,252,4151.2%89.2%
22Utah$122,706,2941.1%90.3%
23Mississippi$114,549,3751.1%91.4%
24Minnesota$93,291,9610.9%92.2%
25Arizona$89,107,4980.8%93.1%
26Idaho$86,582,0780.8%93.9%
27Nevada$78,745,4640.7%94.6%
28Wisconsin$67,228,6250.6%95.2%
29Indiana$58,710,1870.5%95.8%
30Illinois$57,233,0750.5%96.3%
31North Carolina$50,899,2860.5%96.8%
32Virginia$46,537,1580.4%97.2%
33South Carolina$45,954,9100.4%97.6%
34Hawaii$45,413,1360.4%98.0%
35New York$41,218,1370.4%98.4%
36Washington$37,755,4480.4%98.8%
37Ohio$35,052,9710.3%99.1%
38Pennsylvania$30,762,0660.3%99.4%
39Michigan$26,459,9750.2%99.6%
40West Virginia$13,612,7220.1%99.8%
41Vermont$10,335,6870.1%99.8%
42Maryland$5,300,0320.0%99.9%
43Massachusetts$4,102,3490.0%99.9%
44Maine$2,176,8160.0%100.0%
45New Jersey$1,318,0220.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$1,220,6760.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$1,154,2410.0%100.0%
48Alaska$521,7780.0%100.0%
49Delaware$508,8840.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$141,1160.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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