Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Hale County, Alabama totaled $6.1 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Hale County, Alabama Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lowndes County, Alabama$12,066,1594.5%4.5%
2Montgomery County, Alabama$11,296,2324.2%8.7%
3DeKalb County, Alabama$10,703,8984.0%12.6%
4Geneva County, Alabama$10,363,8373.8%16.5%
5Barbour County, Alabama$8,861,4103.3%19.8%
6Randolph County, Alabama$8,762,3323.2%23.0%
7Coffee County, Alabama$8,651,6403.2%26.2%
8Houston County, Alabama$8,592,5633.2%29.4%
9Cullman County, Alabama$7,834,4602.9%32.3%
10Henry County, Alabama$7,035,5602.6%34.9%
11Jackson County, Alabama$6,280,6932.3%37.3%
12Marshall County, Alabama$6,200,1192.3%39.5%
13Pike County, Alabama$6,173,1472.3%41.8%
14Hale County, Alabama$6,130,2182.3%44.1%
15Dallas County, Alabama$5,998,2352.2%46.3%
16Lawrence County, Alabama$5,920,7082.2%48.5%
17Clay County, Alabama$5,741,1302.1%50.7%
18Covington County, Alabama$5,709,8392.1%52.8%
19Blount County, Alabama$5,474,2502.0%54.8%
20Lauderdale County, Alabama$5,473,4682.0%56.8%
21Dale County, Alabama$4,833,6571.8%58.6%
22Perry County, Alabama$4,677,0211.7%60.4%
23Marengo County, Alabama$4,525,2991.7%62.0%
24Talladega County, Alabama$4,345,3671.6%63.7%
25Morgan County, Alabama$4,142,8991.5%65.2%
26Sumter County, Alabama$3,964,3211.5%66.7%
27Elmore County, Alabama$3,958,1851.5%68.1%
28Chambers County, Alabama$3,940,3571.5%69.6%
29Limestone County, Alabama$3,909,5981.4%71.0%
30Franklin County, Alabama$3,852,3701.4%72.5%
31Crenshaw County, Alabama$3,824,7211.4%73.9%
32Cleburne County, Alabama$3,504,3241.3%75.2%
33Marion County, Alabama$3,053,3811.1%76.3%
34Calhoun County, Alabama$3,052,1781.1%77.5%
35Butler County, Alabama$3,037,5131.1%78.6%
36Etowah County, Alabama$2,990,3501.1%79.7%
37Bullock County, Alabama$2,924,9611.1%80.8%
38Cherokee County, Alabama$2,797,6411.0%81.8%
39Wilcox County, Alabama$2,694,2051.0%82.8%
40Monroe County, Alabama$2,658,6651.0%83.8%
41Conecuh County, Alabama$2,517,1600.9%84.7%
42Saint Clair County, Alabama$2,509,4280.9%85.7%
43Lee County, Alabama$2,359,4280.9%86.5%
44Madison County, Alabama$2,288,7480.8%87.4%
45Colbert County, Alabama$2,225,5160.8%88.2%
46Russell County, Alabama$2,182,6710.8%89.0%
47Autauga County, Alabama$2,173,6220.8%89.8%
48Baldwin County, Alabama$2,169,9360.8%90.6%
49Chilton County, Alabama$2,154,6040.8%91.4%
50Winston County, Alabama$2,118,0990.8%92.2%
51Greene County, Alabama$2,020,0710.7%93.0%
52Pickens County, Alabama$1,894,8760.7%93.7%
53Macon County, Alabama$1,818,6280.7%94.3%
54Tallapoosa County, Alabama$1,785,9310.7%95.0%
55Mobile County, Alabama$1,754,3450.7%95.7%
56Escambia County, Alabama$1,547,7150.6%96.2%
57Shelby County, Alabama$1,298,7590.5%96.7%
58Coosa County, Alabama$1,173,2710.4%97.1%
59Fayette County, Alabama$1,115,2360.4%97.6%
60Tuscaloosa County, Alabama$1,034,3130.4%97.9%
61Walker County, Alabama$947,4060.4%98.3%
62Bibb County, Alabama$944,0280.4%98.6%
63Washington County, Alabama$913,5160.3%99.0%
64Lamar County, Alabama$884,2360.3%99.3%
65Clarke County, Alabama$708,6780.3%99.6%
66Choctaw County, Alabama$632,7100.2%99.8%
67Jefferson County, Alabama$526,1480.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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