Wheat Subsidies in 12th District of Pennsylvania (Rep. Keith Rothfus) totaled $21,542 in 2011

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 2011

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$414,857,74319.3%19.3%
2Kansas$334,145,35915.5%34.8%
3Montana$179,545,8448.3%43.2%
4Oklahoma$161,791,2657.5%50.7%
5Texas$150,425,8757.0%57.7%
6South Dakota$120,244,7555.6%63.3%
7Minnesota$96,870,9754.5%67.8%
8Colorado$87,021,1574.0%71.8%
9Washington$86,890,0984.0%75.9%
10Idaho$63,113,6282.9%78.8%
11Nebraska$61,181,7162.8%81.6%
12Missouri$44,090,6012.0%83.7%
13Illinois$38,539,8411.8%85.5%
14Oregon$37,383,8311.7%87.2%
15Ohio$31,448,2161.5%88.7%
16Arkansas$28,130,7781.3%90.0%
17California$24,584,4131.1%91.1%
18Michigan$21,266,8351.0%92.1%
19Kentucky$20,762,9421.0%93.1%
20North Carolina$19,094,1950.9%94.0%
21Indiana$18,443,5470.9%94.8%
22Tennessee$13,400,1560.6%95.4%
23New Mexico$11,830,7680.5%96.0%
24Mississippi$11,646,6480.5%96.5%
25Georgia$8,766,0740.4%96.9%
26Louisiana$8,259,6790.4%97.3%
27Virginia$7,645,2020.4%97.7%
28Wisconsin$7,493,1240.3%98.0%
29South Carolina$6,598,9960.3%98.3%
30Alabama$6,356,9420.3%98.6%
31Utah$5,300,2460.2%98.9%
32Wyoming$5,284,8400.2%99.1%
33Maryland$4,578,9120.2%99.3%
34Arizona$3,673,2700.2%99.5%
35New York$2,957,7880.1%99.6%
36Pennsylvania$2,360,1540.1%99.8%
37Delaware$1,936,4320.1%99.8%
38Iowa$1,253,0680.1%99.9%
39Nevada$711,6500.0%99.9%
40New Jersey$576,7880.0%100.0%
41Florida$535,2520.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$152,0100.0%100.0%
43Maine$53,5200.0%100.0%
44Vermont$9,7720.0%100.0%
45Alaska$7280.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$2370.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$1790.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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