Miscellaneous Farm Programs payments in 13th District of North Carolina (Rep. Ted Budd) totaled $48,814 from 1995-2021.

States Receiving Miscellaneous Farm Programs payments, 1995-2021

Rank State Miscellaneous Farm Programs
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Washington$203,465,10517.3%17.3%
2Alaska$106,811,7349.1%26.5%
3Minnesota$88,064,2437.5%34.0%
4Idaho$71,338,9376.1%40.0%
5Georgia$67,168,9875.7%45.8%
6Maine$57,234,2844.9%50.7%
7Michigan$51,030,5044.4%55.0%
8Iowa$47,805,4754.1%59.1%
9Texas$41,289,5303.5%62.6%
10North Dakota$39,494,3223.4%66.0%
11California$39,189,6583.3%69.3%
12New York$33,766,8992.9%72.2%
13Oregon$32,810,3322.8%75.0%
14Nebraska$28,846,5722.5%77.5%
15North Carolina$24,825,5252.1%79.6%
16Alabama$22,811,9701.9%81.5%
17Illinois$22,681,1501.9%83.4%
18Virginia$17,535,4631.5%84.9%
19Pennsylvania$14,743,8511.3%86.2%
20Indiana$13,900,9941.2%87.4%
21Massachusetts$13,279,3741.1%88.5%
22Missouri$12,848,4571.1%89.6%
23Colorado$12,555,1201.1%90.7%
24Ohio$12,552,3961.1%91.8%
25Florida$12,482,3001.1%92.8%
26Oklahoma$10,640,3500.9%93.7%
27Wisconsin$9,498,1880.8%94.5%
28Montana$7,506,4150.6%95.2%
29South Dakota$6,947,8180.6%95.8%
30Wyoming$5,422,3000.5%96.2%
31Rhode Island$5,346,2230.5%96.7%
32Kansas$4,750,6750.4%97.1%
33New Jersey$3,450,7090.3%97.4%
34Hawaii$3,343,2570.3%97.7%
35Arizona$3,031,4280.3%97.9%
36New Mexico$2,661,8370.2%98.2%
37New Hampshire$2,522,3640.2%98.4%
38West Virginia$2,414,9800.2%98.6%
39Utah$2,009,8440.2%98.7%
40South Carolina$1,922,6570.2%98.9%
41Kentucky$1,843,5540.2%99.1%
42Mississippi$1,796,3750.2%99.2%
43Tennessee$1,749,0090.1%99.4%
44Maryland$1,583,6630.1%99.5%
45Vermont$1,335,7810.1%99.6%
46Louisiana$1,271,7770.1%99.7%
47Connecticut$1,195,4600.1%99.8%
48Arkansas$1,016,9150.1%99.9%
49Nevada$522,5430.0%100.0%
50Delaware$428,0050.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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