Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Arkansas totaled $317 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Arkansas Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Boone County, Arkansas$19,642,2756.2%6.2%
2Hempstead County, Arkansas$13,612,3444.3%10.5%
3Fulton County, Arkansas$12,536,5784.0%14.4%
4Carroll County, Arkansas$11,762,8973.7%18.1%
5Benton County, Arkansas$11,530,4803.6%21.8%
6Madison County, Arkansas$10,744,8273.4%25.2%
7Randolph County, Arkansas$9,816,1213.1%28.3%
8Washington County, Arkansas$9,547,8233.0%31.3%
9Searcy County, Arkansas$8,719,4042.7%34.0%
10Howard County, Arkansas$8,656,7532.7%36.7%
11Izard County, Arkansas$8,351,3822.6%39.4%
12Lafayette County, Arkansas$8,187,1122.6%42.0%
13Little River County, Arkansas$8,154,9962.6%44.5%
14Sharp County, Arkansas$8,022,8812.5%47.1%
15Miller County, Arkansas$7,660,7292.4%49.5%
16Marion County, Arkansas$7,505,8992.4%51.8%
17Polk County, Arkansas$7,496,6382.4%54.2%
18Stone County, Arkansas$7,157,9152.3%56.5%
19Sevier County, Arkansas$7,101,1822.2%58.7%
20Logan County, Arkansas$6,756,1552.1%60.8%
21Independence County, Arkansas$6,595,7112.1%62.9%
22Conway County, Arkansas$6,162,8581.9%64.8%
23Faulkner County, Arkansas$5,910,7791.9%66.7%
24Franklin County, Arkansas$5,877,0361.9%68.6%
25Newton County, Arkansas$5,768,1771.8%70.4%
26Yell County, Arkansas$5,344,2661.7%72.1%
27Cleburne County, Arkansas$5,113,4921.6%73.7%
28White County, Arkansas$4,904,7231.5%75.2%
29Baxter County, Arkansas$4,800,5901.5%76.7%
30Pike County, Arkansas$4,689,2131.5%78.2%
31Pope County, Arkansas$4,437,5381.4%79.6%
32Nevada County, Arkansas$4,419,6221.4%81.0%
33Van Buren County, Arkansas$4,278,6561.3%82.4%
34Hot Spring County, Arkansas$4,195,0201.3%83.7%
35Montgomery County, Arkansas$4,076,5751.3%85.0%
36Scott County, Arkansas$3,502,0721.1%86.1%
37Clark County, Arkansas$3,318,2771.0%87.1%
38Prairie County, Arkansas$2,862,5320.9%88.0%
39Sebastian County, Arkansas$2,795,7050.9%88.9%
40Lawrence County, Arkansas$2,763,6410.9%89.8%
41Crawford County, Arkansas$2,460,2580.8%90.5%
42Johnson County, Arkansas$2,443,6120.8%91.3%
43Lonoke County, Arkansas$2,020,5610.6%92.0%
44Chicot County, Arkansas$1,907,2160.6%92.6%
45Columbia County, Arkansas$1,827,5290.6%93.1%
46Drew County, Arkansas$1,655,7960.5%93.7%
47Perry County, Arkansas$1,640,7500.5%94.2%
48Cleveland County, Arkansas$1,488,7930.5%94.6%
49Craighead County, Arkansas$1,481,3680.5%95.1%
50Lincoln County, Arkansas$1,361,2140.4%95.5%
51Garland County, Arkansas$1,078,4220.3%95.9%
52Ouachita County, Arkansas$1,041,5430.3%96.2%
53Clay County, Arkansas$1,025,1850.3%96.5%
54Saline County, Arkansas$1,007,0650.3%96.8%
55Grant County, Arkansas$990,0250.3%97.2%
56Union County, Arkansas$859,1560.3%97.4%
57Greene County, Arkansas$813,5040.3%97.7%
58Arkansas County, Arkansas$747,1240.2%97.9%
59Dallas County, Arkansas$731,2440.2%98.1%
60Jefferson County, Arkansas$700,0710.2%98.4%
61Pulaski County, Arkansas$680,3500.2%98.6%
62Bradley County, Arkansas$679,0640.2%98.8%
63Calhoun County, Arkansas$663,0630.2%99.0%
64Ashley County, Arkansas$547,5150.2%99.2%
65Poinsett County, Arkansas$402,2560.1%99.3%
66Phillips County, Arkansas$385,5440.1%99.4%
67Jackson County, Arkansas$384,7110.1%99.6%
68Cross County, Arkansas$352,0170.1%99.7%
69Lee County, Arkansas$324,0350.1%99.8%
70Saint Francis County, Arkansas$269,1740.1%99.8%
71Desha County, Arkansas$205,5720.1%99.9%
72Woodruff County, Arkansas$108,6990.0%99.9%
73Monroe County, Arkansas$90,1760.0%100.0%
74Crittenden County, Arkansas$44,7620.0%100.0%
75Mississippi County, Arkansas$32,8680.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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