Livestock Subsidies in 4th District of Kentucky (Rep. Thomas Massie) totaled $8.4 million from 1995-2014.

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='livestock' and regtype='STATE' and mtotal!=0 ORDER BY mtotal DESC

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2014

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,358,699,81415.9%15.9%
2Oklahoma$1,233,347,97614.4%30.3%
3Nebraska$738,008,9728.6%38.9%
4Kansas$584,262,9536.8%45.7%
5South Dakota$562,814,5736.6%52.3%
6Missouri$459,617,3695.4%57.6%
7New Mexico$280,188,6993.3%60.9%
8Arkansas$278,512,1923.3%64.1%
9California$263,183,7263.1%67.2%
10Colorado$238,690,1762.8%70.0%
11Montana$224,520,2862.6%72.6%
12Wyoming$207,538,8482.4%75.0%
13Georgia$206,128,1022.4%77.5%
14Iowa$190,126,3432.2%79.7%
15Alabama$163,419,4441.9%81.6%
16North Dakota$143,250,6381.7%83.3%
17Florida$129,026,8301.5%84.8%
18Kentucky$120,929,0101.4%86.2%
19Tennessee$102,285,7971.2%87.4%
20Utah$94,857,5551.1%88.5%
21Louisiana$92,222,4441.1%89.6%
22Minnesota$86,840,0311.0%90.6%
23Mississippi$66,944,5640.8%91.3%
24Wisconsin$64,258,6970.8%92.1%
25Oregon$62,383,9510.7%92.8%
26Arizona$61,752,3280.7%93.5%
27Indiana$56,838,4540.7%94.2%
28Illinois$53,211,8430.6%94.8%
29Idaho$50,233,6390.6%95.4%
30Nevada$46,277,1180.5%96.0%
31North Carolina$44,741,3600.5%96.5%
32Virginia$44,059,6600.5%97.0%
33South Carolina$37,421,0880.4%97.4%
34New York$37,297,7240.4%97.9%
35Hawaii$36,221,5350.4%98.3%
36Ohio$33,720,9350.4%98.7%
37Pennsylvania$29,596,2240.3%99.0%
38Michigan$25,465,0770.3%99.3%
39Washington$21,196,3600.2%99.6%
40West Virginia$11,934,3030.1%99.7%
41Vermont$10,279,2170.1%99.8%
42Maryland$5,207,5740.1%99.9%
43Massachusetts$2,896,0960.0%99.9%
44Maine$1,971,5220.0%99.9%
45Connecticut$1,252,0180.0%100.0%
46New Jersey$1,143,3430.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$995,5510.0%100.0%
48Delaware$516,3920.0%100.0%
49Alaska$405,9030.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$122,5110.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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