Dairy Program Subsidies in 3rd District of Michigan (Rep. Justin Amash) totaled $2,836 in 2011

States Receiving dairy program subsidies, 2011

Rank State Dairy Program Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$380,84737.9%37.9%
2Kansas$101,54010.1%48.0%
3Wisconsin$89,3478.9%56.9%
4Vermont$76,6177.6%64.6%
5Mississippi$65,9936.6%71.1%
6Utah$55,5045.5%76.6%
7Georgia$53,2935.3%82.0%
8Illinois$28,6502.9%84.8%
9Michigan$18,3871.8%86.6%
10California$16,6621.7%88.3%
11Nebraska$15,2061.5%89.8%
12New York$12,8601.3%91.1%
13Ohio$12,4841.2%92.3%
14Pennsylvania$11,7321.2%93.5%
15Washington$11,4391.1%94.6%
16Missouri$10,9471.1%95.7%
17Minnesota$8,1840.8%96.5%
18North Dakota$7,8790.8%97.3%
19Colorado$5,9650.6%97.9%
20Indiana$3,8620.4%98.3%
21Louisiana$2,2490.2%98.5%
22Florida$1,8940.2%98.7%
23Connecticut$1,8390.2%98.9%
24Montana$1,7040.2%99.1%
25Massachusetts$1,5470.2%99.2%
26North Carolina$1,2580.1%99.4%
27Idaho$1,2110.1%99.5%
28Kentucky$1,1680.1%99.6%
29Tennessee$1,1250.1%99.7%
30Iowa$1,0390.1%99.8%
31Virginia$7160.1%99.9%
32Oregon$4120.0%99.9%
33New Hampshire$2370.0%99.9%
34New Jersey$2090.0%100.0%
35Oklahoma$1970.0%100.0%
36Arkansas$1700.0%100.0%
37Maine$290.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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