Canola Subsidies in 13th District of Texas (Rep. Mac Thornberry) totaled $256,798 in 2016

States Receiving canola subsidies, 2016

Rank State Canola Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$107,380,97790.9%90.9%
2Minnesota$2,512,3102.1%93.1%
3Oklahoma$1,807,6201.5%94.6%
4Idaho$1,622,8531.4%96.0%
5Montana$1,505,7841.3%97.3%
6Kansas$769,2250.7%97.9%
7Texas$624,1310.5%98.4%
8Washington$600,6240.5%98.9%
9Oregon$447,6720.4%99.3%
10Alabama$176,2120.1%99.5%
11Georgia$154,7950.1%99.6%
12Colorado$123,3220.1%99.7%
13Kentucky$110,4400.1%99.8%
14South Dakota$71,4930.1%99.9%
15South Carolina$44,2270.0%99.9%
16North Carolina$37,6310.0%99.9%
17Tennessee$36,7100.0%100.0%
18Maine$28,3870.0%100.0%
19California$9,2460.0%100.0%
20Missouri$3,7540.0%100.0%
21Pennsylvania$1,8070.0%100.0%
22Illinois$1,6650.0%100.0%
23Arizona$1,4570.0%100.0%
24Wisconsin$9020.0%100.0%
25Michigan$8930.0%100.0%
26West Virginia$6990.0%100.0%
27Nebraska$4820.0%100.0%
28Wyoming$2480.0%100.0%
29Virginia$1680.0%100.0%
30Utah$1600.0%100.0%
31Ohio$1320.0%100.0%
32Arkansas$320.0%100.0%
33Indiana$260.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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