Commodity subsidies in 7th District of Michigan (Rep. Tim Walberg) totaled $1.3 million in 2023

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2023

Rank State Total Commodity Programs
2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wisconsin$276,083,34813.5%13.5%
2California$157,472,4217.7%21.2%
3Texas$143,511,8747.0%28.2%
4Minnesota$126,942,2276.2%34.4%
5New York$116,830,1865.7%40.1%
6Kansas$113,440,5075.5%45.7%
7Pennsylvania$96,161,0444.7%50.4%
8Iowa$84,987,0884.2%54.5%
9Michigan$62,099,5893.0%57.6%
10South Dakota$61,574,4493.0%60.6%
11Illinois$59,454,4242.9%63.5%
12Nebraska$58,805,9422.9%66.4%
13Ohio$57,693,2022.8%69.2%
14Oklahoma$56,972,7952.8%72.0%
15Idaho$37,054,7411.8%73.8%
16Missouri$36,656,1341.8%75.6%
17Montana$36,569,3941.8%77.4%
18Indiana$36,072,6231.8%79.1%
19Washington$34,147,2621.7%80.8%
20Colorado$33,976,6171.7%82.5%
21Vermont$29,272,1961.4%83.9%
22North Dakota$28,116,3341.4%85.3%
23Arkansas$24,514,2551.2%86.5%
24Georgia$22,141,0911.1%87.5%
25Virginia$20,443,8981.0%88.5%
26Kentucky$19,625,6581.0%89.5%
27Mississippi$19,365,0590.9%90.4%
28Oregon$18,572,7650.9%91.4%
29Puerto Rico$17,356,0940.8%92.2%
30New Mexico$16,843,8110.8%93.0%
31North Carolina$16,347,5780.8%93.8%
32Tennessee$15,981,5750.8%94.6%
33Florida$14,878,4980.7%95.3%
34Maryland$12,031,1640.6%95.9%
35Utah$11,614,6660.6%96.5%
36Louisiana$11,487,8460.6%97.1%
37Arizona$9,735,0550.5%97.5%
38Maine$8,596,8030.4%98.0%
39Alabama$5,904,9720.3%98.2%
40Massachusetts$5,130,5470.3%98.5%
41South Carolina$4,604,6080.2%98.7%
42Connecticut$4,234,6480.2%98.9%
43Hawaii$3,906,6780.2%99.1%
44New Jersey$3,727,1980.2%99.3%
45New Hampshire$3,613,0040.2%99.5%
46Nevada$3,325,9710.2%99.6%
47Wyoming$2,940,0070.1%99.8%
48West Virginia$1,977,7750.1%99.9%
49Delaware$983,6280.0%99.9%
50Alaska$682,8600.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$482,7260.0%100.0%
52American Samoa$161,8800.0%100.0%
53Guam$95,6910.0%100.0%
54US Virgin Islands$68,2460.0%100.0%
55Northern Mariana Islands$52,1450.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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