Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Grant County, Arkansas totaled $0 in 2018

Counties in Grant County, Arkansas Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2018

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
Pct of
1Clark County, Arkansas$45,90318.8%18.8%
2Newton County, Arkansas$37,34015.3%34.2%
3Madison County, Arkansas$20,1118.3%42.4%
4Little River County, Arkansas$17,9437.4%49.8%
5Randolph County, Arkansas$16,9827.0%56.8%
6Garland County, Arkansas$14,9686.1%62.9%
7Sharp County, Arkansas$14,2475.9%68.8%
8Cleburne County, Arkansas$12,5845.2%73.9%
9Fulton County, Arkansas$9,2973.8%77.8%
10Washington County, Arkansas$7,5653.1%80.9%
11Van Buren County, Arkansas$6,4522.6%83.5%
12Benton County, Arkansas$6,3002.6%86.1%
13Conway County, Arkansas$5,9512.4%88.5%
14Pulaski County, Arkansas$5,3852.2%90.8%
15Boone County, Arkansas$3,1951.3%92.1%
16Carroll County, Arkansas$3,1111.3%93.3%
17Faulkner County, Arkansas$2,7571.1%94.5%
18Pike County, Arkansas$2,7571.1%95.6%
19Howard County, Arkansas$2,1400.9%96.5%
20Searcy County, Arkansas$1,8380.8%97.2%
21Stone County, Arkansas$1,8380.8%98.0%
22Hempstead County, Arkansas$1,8380.8%98.8%
23Polk County, Arkansas$1,1950.5%99.2%
24Crawford County, Arkansas$9190.4%99.6%
25Hot Spring County, Arkansas$9190.4%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 October 31, 2019.


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