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Table 6: In 15 states, at least 10 percent of "Freedom to Farm" subsidies are expected to come from outside the state

Freedom to Farm: Table 6: In 15 states, at least 10 percent of "Freedom to Farm" subsidies are expected to come from outside the state

February 1, 1996
State Estimated Freedom to Farm subsidies, 1996-2002 Estimated Freedom to Farm subsidies coming from outside the state Estimated percentage of Freedom to Farm subsidies coming from outside the state
California $1,347,994,818 $76,017,933 6%
Colorado $641,766,695 $69,014,120 11%
Arizona $333,479,777 $40,473,119 12%
Washington $648,656,148 $39,662,989 6%
Florida $76,158,738 $38,341,451 50%
Tennessee $330,332,937 $29,942,688 9%
New Mexico $141,082,919 $20,444,159 14%
Oregon $231,259,132 $17,607,270 8%
Virginia $106,621,746 $11,124,560 10%
Wyoming $49,061,883 $10,097,270 21%
Utah $47,284,530 $8,792,674 19%
Nevada $11,701,478 $7,763,278 66%
Maryland $70,820,122 $6,192,340 9%
Pennsylvania $111,161,468 $6,187,393 6%
New Jersey $20,714,746 $3,044,990 15%
Massachusetts $4,182,474 $2,907,418 70%
Connecticut $6,278,839 $2,758,589 44%
Arkansas $2,643,409 $2,198,094 83%
Delaware $16,094,115 $1,286,484 8%
West Virginia $10,977,347 $934,709 9%
Maine $4,246,607 $669,413 16%
New Hampshire $1,496,120 $443,622 30%
Rhode Island $323,012 $316,035 98%
Vermont $3,666,181 $274,846 7%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.