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Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Colorado totaled $8.2 million from 1995-2012.

Counties in Colorado Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2012
Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Moffat County, Colorado$1,514,93718.4%18.4%
2Baca County, Colorado$1,112,79413.5%32.0%
3Bent County, Colorado$745,8179.1%41.0%
4Otero County, Colorado$659,5798.0%49.1%
5Prowers County, Colorado$656,1598.0%57.0%
6Rio Blanco County, Colorado$644,6417.8%64.9%
7Kiowa County, Colorado$497,0276.0%70.9%
8Yuma County, Colorado$288,4423.5%74.4%
9Mesa County, Colorado$250,2693.0%77.5%
10Crowley County, Colorado$248,3923.0%80.5%
11Lincoln County, Colorado$182,9652.2%82.7%
12Routt County, Colorado$180,5342.2%84.9%
13Cheyenne County, Colorado$149,3261.8%86.7%
14Las Animas County, Colorado$138,9111.7%88.4%
15Kit Carson County, Colorado$127,0081.5%90.0%
16Pueblo County, Colorado$98,3681.2%91.2%
17Jackson County, Colorado$94,1641.1%92.3%
18Conejos County, Colorado$82,8721.0%93.3%
19Montrose County, Colorado$72,1910.9%94.2%
20El Paso County, Colorado$59,4200.7%94.9%
21Arapahoe County, Colorado$59,1190.7%95.6%
22Grand County, Colorado$48,9920.6%96.2%
23Elbert County, Colorado$45,5410.6%96.8%
24Douglas County, Colorado$35,5710.4%97.2%
25Huerfano County, Colorado$22,3680.3%97.5%
26Phillips County, Colorado$21,1360.3%97.8%
27Logan County, Colorado$16,7360.2%98.0%
28Sedgwick County, Colorado$3,3780.0%98.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.