About $10 million in payments are on their way to Wisconsin farmers from President Donald Trump’s farm bailout program, with 11 farms getting more than $50,000 each, 237 less than $100, and a few thousand farms somewhere in between those amounts.

U.S. Department of Agriculture data, obtained by the Environmental Working Group, in Washington, D.C., shows the average payment for Wisconsin farmers in the federal Market Facilitation program was $2,145.

The program was designed to help U.S. dairy, pork, soybean, corn and other farmers who’ve seen prices tumble as a result of Trump’s trade battles with Canada, Mexico, China, and other countries.

The Environmental Working Group maintains an extensive database of Agriculture Department records and has tracked farm subsidies for many years.

The organization, through a federal open records request, said it received information on 87,704 farm bailout payments, nationwide, totaling $356 million.

Read more in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.