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The United States Farm Subsidy Breakdown, 2014

Total Subsidies, the United States, 2014

  • 69 percent of farms in United States did not collect subsidy payments - according to USDA.
  • Top programs in the United States, 2014:

    Rank Program Number of Recipients
    Subsidy Total
    1Livestock Forage Disaster Program217,912$4,402,486,704
    2Conservation Reserve Program391,149$1,713,628,425
    3Cotton Transistion Assistance Program89,039$463,938,876
    4Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE)23,941$258,177,930
    5Tobacco Transition Payment62,705$188,353,333
    6Non-insured Disaster Assistance20,003$173,214,319
    7Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP)5,978$76,495,620
    8Loan Deficiency8,377$59,487,581
    9Grasslands Reserve Program3,160$49,033,164
    10Direct Payment Program25,718$34,257,822
    11Market Gains3,479$32,655,949
    12Emergency Livestock Assistance Program (ELAP)1,314$28,068,335
    13SURE - 2010 Recovery Act Program1,913$25,192,384
    14Emergency Conservation Program3,127$24,652,164
    15Biomass Crop Assistance Program560$6,619,119
    16Trade Adjustment Assistance for Farmers Program (TAAF)4,733$6,251,739
    17Miscellaneous Disaster Programs1,147$3,845,746
    18Tree Assistance Program164$3,437,930
    19Dairy Programs431$1,379,559
    20Crop Disaster Assistance Program3$8,711

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