Oat Subsidies in 2nd District of Oklahoma (Rep. Markwayne Mullin) totaled $0 in 2019

States Receiving oat subsidies, 2019

Rank State Oat Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$2,044,40743.9%43.9%
2South Dakota$1,043,30322.4%66.3%
3Minnesota$475,44010.2%76.5%
4Montana$209,2824.5%81.0%
5Texas$137,5923.0%84.0%
6Nebraska$102,1212.2%86.2%
7Wisconsin$101,8922.2%88.3%
8Maine$101,4312.2%90.5%
9Iowa$86,6251.9%92.4%
10New York$48,1011.0%93.4%
11Colorado$38,8130.8%94.2%
12Kansas$33,8230.7%95.0%
13Oregon$30,6830.7%95.6%
14Pennsylvania$30,3070.7%96.3%
15Idaho$29,5220.6%96.9%
16Michigan$29,4680.6%97.5%
17South Carolina$17,1280.4%97.9%
18Georgia$16,0230.3%98.3%
19Wyoming$15,4660.3%98.6%
20North Carolina$13,1890.3%98.9%
21Oklahoma$10,1280.2%99.1%
22Alabama$6,7270.1%99.2%
23Arkansas$6,5150.1%99.4%
24Illinois$4,8330.1%99.5%
25Louisiana$4,7350.1%99.6%
26Ohio$4,3090.1%99.7%
27California$3,5950.1%99.7%
28Washington$2,8920.1%99.8%
29Maryland$2,8460.1%99.9%
30New Jersey$2,6500.1%99.9%
31Utah$1,6500.0%100.0%
32Missouri$6070.0%100.0%
33Florida$5400.0%100.0%
34Virginia$4600.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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