Loan Deficiency Payments in Arkansas totaled $10,477 in 2017

States Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 2017

Rank State Loan Deficiency Payments
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$55,029,19842.4%42.4%
2Oklahoma$21,101,01816.3%58.7%
3Colorado$14,833,62111.4%70.1%
4Nebraska$9,681,5087.5%77.6%
5Montana$8,908,8016.9%84.4%
6Texas$7,193,9525.5%90.0%
7South Dakota$4,543,6073.5%93.5%
8Idaho$2,007,0931.5%95.0%
9California$1,852,9281.4%96.4%
10Washington$1,213,7040.9%97.4%
11Georgia$971,8350.7%98.1%
12North Dakota$665,1800.5%98.6%
13Wyoming$628,0660.5%99.1%
14New Mexico$405,1900.3%99.4%
15Utah$371,2790.3%99.7%
16Oregon$172,3520.1%99.9%
17Minnesota$33,4600.0%99.9%
18Mississippi$30,9310.0%99.9%
19Missouri$27,5230.0%99.9%
20North Carolina$27,0470.0%99.9%
21Tennessee$19,6750.0%100.0%
22Arkansas$10,4770.0%100.0%
23New York$7,2530.0%100.0%
24Wisconsin$6,3010.0%100.0%
25Florida$6,1440.0%100.0%
26South Carolina$5,6890.0%100.0%
27Alabama$4,1690.0%100.0%
28Iowa$3,7650.0%100.0%
29Arizona$3,1130.0%100.0%
30Louisiana$1,1270.0%100.0%
31Michigan$9890.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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