Farm Subsidy information

The United States

The United States Farm Subsidy Information

The United States Farm Subsidy Quick Facts

  • 62 percent of farms in United States did not collect subsidy payments - according to USDA.

Top programs in the United States, 2004:

Rank Program Number of Recipients
2004
Subsidy Total
2004
1Corn Subsidies844,894$5,308,631,480
2Cotton Subsidies140,350$2,229,214,063
3Conservation Reserve Program427,815$1,816,524,999
4Wheat Subsidies702,120$1,540,924,302
5Soybean Subsidies632,535$1,449,036,750
6Rice Subsidies37,846$661,501,871
7Disaster Payments83,783$546,881,095
8Sorghum Subsidies285,241$369,619,359
9Peanut Subsidies23,715$233,015,823
10Env. Quality Incentive Program32,734$223,805,687
11Dairy Program Subsidies63,686$206,160,460
12Barley Subsidies147,733$186,431,585
13Sunflower Subsidies30,903$32,570,664
14Dry Pea Subsidies4,581$30,809,376
15Livestock Subsidies15,820$27,034,709
16Canola Subsidies10,880$16,369,376
17Wetlands Reserve Program397$15,117,691
18Fish Subsidies3,917$11,157,430
19Oat Subsidies205,318$9,390,159
20Wool Subsidies14,694$6,722,674
 

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