Soybean Subsidies in 23rd District of New York (Rep. Tom Reed) totaled $997,507 in 2017

States Receiving soybean subsidies, 2017

Rank State Soybean Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$198,482,57910.9%10.9%
2South Dakota$156,530,0388.6%19.6%
3Minnesota$152,139,3718.4%28.0%
4Illinois$138,226,7277.6%35.6%
5Iowa$134,027,4647.4%43.0%
6Missouri$130,120,1057.2%50.2%
7Ohio$101,280,3185.6%55.8%
8Kansas$97,804,1305.4%61.2%
9Indiana$89,290,0594.9%66.1%
10Nebraska$86,860,4704.8%70.9%
11Arkansas$75,015,2514.1%75.0%
12Mississippi$67,287,6133.7%78.7%
13North Carolina$58,431,8933.2%81.9%
14Louisiana$44,544,6292.5%84.4%
15Wisconsin$43,175,1502.4%86.8%
16Kentucky$40,581,8462.2%89.0%
17Michigan$40,050,0682.2%91.2%
18Tennessee$36,862,0032.0%93.3%
19Virginia$20,435,1631.1%94.4%
20Oklahoma$16,591,8920.9%95.3%
21Alabama$15,976,7470.9%96.2%
22Pennsylvania$14,081,8470.8%97.0%
23Maryland$14,023,0310.8%97.7%
24South Carolina$11,269,9990.6%98.4%
25New York$7,703,2100.4%98.8%
26Georgia$6,662,2360.4%99.2%
27Texas$6,465,0690.4%99.5%
28Delaware$4,404,8970.2%99.8%
29New Jersey$2,939,4890.2%99.9%
30Colorado$602,7790.0%100.0%
31Florida$469,1060.0%100.0%
32West Virginia$262,0470.0%100.0%
33Maine$48,4680.0%100.0%
34Vermont$42,6240.0%100.0%
35Montana$28,9120.0%100.0%
36Washington$17,7550.0%100.0%
37Oregon$1,5500.0%100.0%
38Massachusetts$7490.0%100.0%
39California$6750.0%100.0%
40Utah$1200.0%100.0%
41Idaho$840.0%100.0%
42Arizona$540.0%100.0%
43New Hampshire$480.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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