Commodity subsidies in 5th District of Kenucky (Rep. Harold Rogers) totaled $99.8 million from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$18,735,381,4209.1%9.1%
2Texas$18,108,777,2448.8%17.9%
3Illinois$16,727,583,8088.1%26.1%
4Nebraska$13,263,659,3706.5%32.5%
5Minnesota$12,104,890,5525.9%38.4%
6Kansas$10,938,410,7695.3%43.8%
7Arkansas$10,375,317,8455.1%48.8%
8Indiana$8,539,984,0544.2%53.0%
9North Dakota$7,781,489,7163.8%56.8%
10California$7,299,135,5513.6%60.3%
11Mississippi$6,688,511,2423.3%63.6%
12Missouri$6,437,479,4903.1%66.7%
13Ohio$6,299,219,0673.1%69.8%
14South Dakota$6,209,142,0393.0%72.8%
15Georgia$5,425,537,1202.6%75.4%
16Wisconsin$5,212,736,9822.5%78.0%
17Louisiana$4,893,229,4472.4%80.3%
18North Carolina$4,117,403,6602.0%82.4%
19Oklahoma$4,009,759,1422.0%84.3%
20Michigan$3,569,678,6211.7%86.0%
21Montana$3,197,526,0651.6%87.6%
22Tennessee$2,660,485,6591.3%88.9%
23Colorado$2,639,243,1171.3%90.2%
24Kentucky$2,556,735,3741.2%91.4%
25Washington$2,535,067,5301.2%92.7%
26Alabama$2,155,370,0461.0%93.7%
27Idaho$1,984,049,1281.0%94.7%
28New York$1,488,885,4570.7%95.4%
29Arizona$1,350,526,3000.7%96.1%
30Virginia$1,293,388,0920.6%96.7%
31South Carolina$1,288,057,1830.6%97.3%
32Pennsylvania$1,270,651,8320.6%97.9%
33Oregon$931,633,2040.5%98.4%
34New Mexico$679,827,7920.3%98.7%
35Maryland$664,053,5870.3%99.0%
36Florida$604,964,3650.3%99.3%
37Utah$265,618,0180.1%99.5%
38Wyoming$259,006,3480.1%99.6%
39Delaware$209,532,3870.1%99.7%
40Vermont$191,503,3270.1%99.8%
41New Jersey$108,625,5950.1%99.8%
42West Virginia$81,983,8330.0%99.9%
43Maine$81,642,1010.0%99.9%
44Connecticut$46,236,7990.0%99.9%
45Massachusetts$43,852,0530.0%100.0%
46Nevada$31,829,8260.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$31,032,5870.0%100.0%
48Alaska$9,876,0580.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$2,620,3700.0%100.0%
50Hawaii$2,019,4380.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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