Dairy Program Subsidies in 5th District of Louisiana (Rep. Ralph Abraham) totaled $22.8 million from 1995-2016.

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 1995-2016

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$1,155,818,10120.7%20.7%
2New York$505,025,1469.0%29.8%
3California$498,580,6158.9%38.7%
4Pennsylvania$465,749,4898.3%47.0%
5Minnesota$445,296,9798.0%55.0%
6Michigan$246,189,8334.4%59.4%
7Ohio$203,098,8153.6%63.1%
8Iowa$182,545,3743.3%66.3%
9Texas$156,804,9222.8%69.1%
10Vermont$122,854,9342.2%71.3%
11Idaho$114,957,9782.1%73.4%
12Washington$107,727,0861.9%75.3%
13Missouri$101,976,4981.8%77.2%
14Illinois$101,245,5641.8%79.0%
15Indiana$88,218,9571.6%80.5%
16Virginia$86,603,5751.6%82.1%
17Kentucky$81,472,5421.5%83.6%
18Tennessee$67,392,8581.2%84.8%
19South Dakota$58,468,0401.0%85.8%
20Oregon$54,521,4811.0%86.8%
21Maryland$52,334,5160.9%87.7%
22Georgia$50,399,4160.9%88.6%
23Utah$50,060,7870.9%89.5%
24New Mexico$46,639,3800.8%90.4%
25Kansas$46,016,0810.8%91.2%
26North Carolina$45,617,3540.8%92.0%
27Florida$44,028,4370.8%92.8%
28Nebraska$41,337,4640.7%93.5%
29Oklahoma$33,862,4660.6%94.1%
30Colorado$32,789,3600.6%94.7%
31Maine$30,808,8420.6%95.3%
32Louisiana$30,446,5880.5%95.8%
33Arizona$29,128,1650.5%96.3%
34North Dakota$24,609,1380.4%96.8%
35Mississippi$24,514,7990.4%97.2%
36Arkansas$19,745,8810.4%97.6%
37Connecticut$18,919,6670.3%97.9%
38Massachusetts$18,710,2500.3%98.3%
39South Carolina$15,017,2000.3%98.5%
40Montana$14,875,0980.3%98.8%
41New Hampshire$14,469,8660.3%99.0%
42Alabama$12,840,3210.2%99.3%
43West Virginia$11,042,7110.2%99.5%
44New Jersey$10,971,4370.2%99.7%
45Nevada$7,038,7820.1%99.8%
46Delaware$5,295,9390.1%99.9%
47Wyoming$2,843,2350.1%99.9%
48Hawaii$1,331,1670.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$1,196,2880.0%100.0%
50Alaska$652,6250.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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