Oat Subsidies in 26th District of New York (Rep. Brian Higgins) totaled $0 in 2011

States Receiving oat subsidies, 2011

Rank State Oat Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$1,596,86424.3%24.3%
2South Dakota$986,96115.0%39.3%
3Minnesota$581,7098.9%48.2%
4Texas$523,8968.0%56.2%
5Wisconsin$459,4627.0%63.2%
6Iowa$306,5494.7%67.8%
7Nebraska$240,1203.7%71.5%
8Montana$235,8243.6%75.1%
9California$176,9442.7%77.8%
10Kansas$129,0532.0%79.7%
11Maine$124,3871.9%81.6%
12Pennsylvania$122,5381.9%83.5%
13Colorado$117,2651.8%85.3%
14Michigan$113,2951.7%87.0%
15New York$110,5781.7%88.7%
16Wyoming$80,4811.2%89.9%
17Georgia$67,7451.0%90.9%
18Idaho$65,0631.0%91.9%
19Oklahoma$56,9150.9%92.8%
20Oregon$53,5730.8%93.6%
21Ohio$49,3310.8%94.4%
22Illinois$48,7230.7%95.1%
23North Carolina$42,3150.6%95.7%
24Alabama$41,6480.6%96.4%
25Arkansas$41,0910.6%97.0%
26South Carolina$33,8500.5%97.5%
27Louisiana$28,9940.4%98.0%
28Missouri$23,9600.4%98.3%
29Florida$18,4400.3%98.6%
30Utah$18,2170.3%98.9%
31Washington$16,6070.3%99.1%
32Indiana$11,6690.2%99.3%
33Virginia$8,9300.1%99.5%
34Mississippi$5,7210.1%99.5%
35Arizona$4,5780.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$4,3190.1%99.7%
37New Mexico$4,1050.1%99.7%
38Kentucky$3,8470.1%99.8%
39Tennessee$3,5140.1%99.8%
40Nevada$2,6680.0%99.9%
41West Virginia$2,6120.0%99.9%
42Maryland$2,5860.0%100.0%
43Alaska$9540.0%100.0%
44Vermont$8990.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$1260.0%100.0%
46Delaware$1070.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$380.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$290.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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