Livestock Subsidies in At-large District of Wyoming (Rep. Liz Cheney) totaled $248 million from 1995-2016.

States Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2016

Rank State Livestock Subsidies
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,857,403,74018.0%18.0%
2Oklahoma$1,630,752,32115.8%33.8%
3Nebraska$768,060,8267.4%41.2%
4Kansas$658,200,9176.4%47.6%
5South Dakota$594,242,3065.8%53.3%
6Missouri$469,797,1774.5%57.9%
7California$375,960,2793.6%61.5%
8New Mexico$313,650,0783.0%64.5%
9Arkansas$312,547,2113.0%67.6%
10Colorado$281,593,0302.7%70.3%
11Montana$259,826,6392.5%72.8%
12Wyoming$248,089,9982.4%75.2%
13Georgia$241,444,4572.3%77.5%
14Iowa$195,829,4811.9%79.4%
15Alabama$194,490,5351.9%81.3%
16North Dakota$149,414,9321.4%82.8%
17Florida$146,574,3711.4%84.2%
18Kentucky$140,717,6231.4%85.5%
19Oregon$138,324,8391.3%86.9%
20Utah$120,836,2701.2%88.0%
21Louisiana$120,478,2941.2%89.2%
22Tennessee$110,040,8731.1%90.3%
23Mississippi$96,407,8780.9%91.2%
24Minnesota$91,939,7900.9%92.1%
25Arizona$88,353,2900.9%93.0%
26Idaho$83,460,9070.8%93.8%
27Nevada$77,727,8120.8%94.5%
28Wisconsin$66,863,1640.6%95.2%
29Indiana$58,628,4290.6%95.7%
30Illinois$57,186,0590.6%96.3%
31North Carolina$47,466,9840.5%96.7%
32Virginia$46,381,4630.4%97.2%
33Hawaii$42,414,4150.4%97.6%
34South Carolina$40,905,0700.4%98.0%
35New York$38,901,5690.4%98.4%
36Washington$37,084,1640.4%98.7%
37Ohio$34,955,4440.3%99.1%
38Pennsylvania$30,273,8330.3%99.4%
39Michigan$26,387,8990.3%99.6%
40West Virginia$13,405,7520.1%99.7%
41Vermont$10,301,9470.1%99.8%
42Maryland$5,300,0320.1%99.9%
43Massachusetts$3,573,4050.0%99.9%
44Maine$2,008,1330.0%100.0%
45New Jersey$1,237,7920.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$1,217,8620.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$1,083,0620.0%100.0%
48Alaska$521,7780.0%100.0%
49Delaware$508,8840.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$119,5290.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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