Oat Subsidies in 4th District of New Jersey (Rep. Chris Smith) totaled $3 in 2010

States Receiving oat subsidies, 2010

Rank State Oat Subsidies
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$1,814,97520.4%20.4%
2South Dakota$1,806,76420.3%40.8%
3Minnesota$779,0478.8%49.5%
4Iowa$637,6587.2%56.7%
5Wisconsin$596,6276.7%63.4%
6Texas$533,0206.0%69.4%
7Nebraska$417,8634.7%74.1%
8Montana$262,4323.0%77.1%
9Michigan$224,3302.5%79.6%
10California$202,1952.3%81.9%
11Colorado$182,9662.1%83.9%
12Pennsylvania$137,4851.5%85.5%
13Kansas$129,7911.5%87.0%
14New York$122,9041.4%88.3%
15Idaho$105,1011.2%89.5%
16Illinois$101,7921.1%90.7%
17Maine$101,3821.1%91.8%
18Oklahoma$99,3991.1%92.9%
19Wyoming$75,2260.8%93.8%
20Georgia$60,4940.7%94.5%
21Oregon$58,3130.7%95.1%
22Ohio$54,5270.6%95.7%
23Washington$45,2470.5%96.2%
24South Carolina$41,1100.5%96.7%
25North Carolina$40,8700.5%97.2%
26Alabama$40,4980.5%97.6%
27Louisiana$34,2380.4%98.0%
28Arkansas$33,2130.4%98.4%
29Utah$32,0070.4%98.7%
30Missouri$27,0240.3%99.0%
31Indiana$24,1100.3%99.3%
32Florida$16,2340.2%99.5%
33Virginia$8,0140.1%99.6%
34Mississippi$6,3110.1%99.6%
35New Mexico$4,7880.1%99.7%
36Arizona$4,5900.1%99.8%
37Tennessee$4,2190.0%99.8%
38Kentucky$4,2010.0%99.8%
39New Jersey$3,4540.0%99.9%
40Nevada$3,0630.0%99.9%
41West Virginia$2,7030.0%100.0%
42Maryland$2,4600.0%100.0%
43Vermont$9230.0%100.0%
44Alaska$6080.0%100.0%
45Delaware$1020.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$1010.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$300.0%100.0%
48Connecticut$190.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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