Sorghum Subsidies in 30th District of Texas (Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson) totaled $11,439 in 2011

States Receiving sorghum subsidies, 2011

Rank State Sorghum Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$129,225,94041.4%41.4%
2Texas$86,196,59127.6%69.1%
3Nebraska$28,847,3359.2%78.3%
4Missouri$13,213,5304.2%82.6%
5Oklahoma$11,462,0553.7%86.2%
6Colorado$8,630,8962.8%89.0%
7Arkansas$6,654,4042.1%91.1%
8South Dakota$6,125,7872.0%93.1%
9New Mexico$5,357,9351.7%94.8%
10Louisiana$4,685,5301.5%96.3%
11Mississippi$3,153,7811.0%97.3%
12Illinois$3,123,2321.0%98.3%
13Tennessee$1,238,5480.4%98.7%
14Georgia$782,1100.3%99.0%
15Kentucky$555,9290.2%99.2%
16Alabama$531,2770.2%99.3%
17North Carolina$369,8760.1%99.4%
18Maryland$268,9210.1%99.5%
19Indiana$248,9110.1%99.6%
20South Carolina$229,7330.1%99.7%
21Arizona$200,6960.1%99.8%
22California$157,3410.1%99.8%
23Virginia$156,4320.1%99.9%
24Florida$97,5630.0%99.9%
25Iowa$90,7090.0%99.9%
26Pennsylvania$59,0200.0%99.9%
27North Dakota$53,5070.0%99.9%
28Delaware$50,9770.0%100.0%
29Ohio$19,8950.0%100.0%
30Utah$16,0090.0%100.0%
31New Jersey$15,6110.0%100.0%
32Montana$13,9760.0%100.0%
33Wisconsin$10,6050.0%100.0%
34Oregon$9,5220.0%100.0%
35Michigan$8,6390.0%100.0%
36West Virginia$4,3270.0%100.0%
37Minnesota$3,3370.0%100.0%
38Nevada$3,2560.0%100.0%
39Wyoming$2,8730.0%100.0%
40Idaho$2,2970.0%100.0%
41New York$2,0950.0%100.0%
42Washington$3920.0%100.0%
43Vermont$3910.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$3380.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$960.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$720.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$190.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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