Oat Subsidies in 1st District of Rhode Island (Rep. David Cicilline) totaled $12 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving oat subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Oat Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$81,493,22721.2%21.2%
2South Dakota$64,211,43716.7%37.9%
3Minnesota$36,638,2679.5%47.4%
4Wisconsin$33,260,1848.6%56.0%
5Iowa$21,545,5585.6%61.6%
6Texas$17,075,4074.4%66.1%
7Nebraska$14,627,8753.8%69.9%
8Montana$12,391,1263.2%73.1%
9California$12,336,6853.2%76.3%
10Michigan$8,056,2322.1%78.4%
11New York$7,576,7442.0%80.3%
12Pennsylvania$7,091,3501.8%82.2%
13Kansas$6,414,2731.7%83.9%
14Georgia$5,683,7601.5%85.3%
15Idaho$5,635,9831.5%86.8%
16Maine$5,155,7191.3%88.1%
17Oregon$4,140,6851.1%89.2%
18Illinois$4,137,6011.1%90.3%
19Ohio$4,130,2371.1%91.4%
20Colorado$4,102,9991.1%92.4%
21Oklahoma$3,459,3460.9%93.3%
22Wyoming$3,216,8770.8%94.2%
23South Carolina$3,104,0360.8%95.0%
24North Carolina$3,013,9370.8%95.8%
25Alabama$2,415,8720.6%96.4%
26Utah$1,714,6080.4%96.8%
27Arkansas$1,693,9570.4%97.3%
28Missouri$1,548,6040.4%97.7%
29Indiana$1,224,6260.3%98.0%
30Washington$1,215,2390.3%98.3%
31Florida$1,172,7990.3%98.6%
32Virginia$1,094,6250.3%98.9%
33Louisiana$821,5700.2%99.1%
34Arizona$539,8070.1%99.2%
35Mississippi$526,5170.1%99.4%
36Tennessee$487,9840.1%99.5%
37Kentucky$440,0890.1%99.6%
38West Virginia$301,8150.1%99.7%
39New Mexico$299,7950.1%99.8%
40Nevada$269,8370.1%99.9%
41Maryland$266,4950.1%99.9%
42New Jersey$159,7620.0%100.0%
43Vermont$68,5560.0%100.0%
44Alaska$44,0580.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$14,2310.0%100.0%
46Delaware$10,8120.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$3,7560.0%100.0%
48Connecticut$2,1760.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$750.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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