Barley Subsidies in 1st District of Kansas (Rep. Roger Marshall) totaled $0 in 2019

States Receiving barley subsidies, 2019

Rank State Barley Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$8,436,48334.4%34.4%
2Montana$7,640,73831.1%65.5%
3Idaho$4,059,09016.5%82.1%
4Colorado$1,057,6144.3%86.4%
5Minnesota$937,4403.8%90.2%
6Wyoming$433,0461.8%92.0%
7Washington$383,2041.6%93.6%
8Oregon$317,0511.3%94.8%
9California$302,5031.2%96.1%
10Texas$167,4470.7%96.8%
11South Dakota$158,4450.6%97.4%
12Kansas$141,3870.6%98.0%
13Maine$119,9130.5%98.5%
14Oklahoma$56,6550.2%98.7%
15Delaware$54,2750.2%98.9%
16Virginia$43,5920.2%99.1%
17Wisconsin$40,9170.2%99.3%
18Maryland$38,5200.2%99.4%
19North Carolina$37,0050.2%99.6%
20Pennsylvania$20,5820.1%99.7%
21Arizona$20,2220.1%99.7%
22Nebraska$15,9470.1%99.8%
23Utah$11,8650.0%99.9%
24New York$11,2480.0%99.9%
25Kentucky$7,8620.0%99.9%
26Tennessee$5,0220.0%100.0%
27Michigan$4,4020.0%100.0%
28Ohio$3,6030.0%100.0%
29Iowa$1,2800.0%100.0%
30Indiana$9080.0%100.0%
31Missouri$6890.0%100.0%
32New Jersey$6120.0%100.0%
33West Virginia$940.0%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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