Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Washington County, Arkansas totaled $1,348 in 2019

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 2019

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$364,419,19318.7%18.7%
2Arkansas$346,148,85617.7%36.4%
3Georgia$172,651,6508.8%45.2%
4Louisiana$133,305,3596.8%52.0%
5North Dakota$124,147,2606.4%58.4%
6Mississippi$107,511,2885.5%63.9%
7Kansas$96,506,0804.9%68.8%
8Missouri$90,435,0604.6%73.5%
9Montana$69,642,6963.6%77.0%
10Alabama$56,314,5562.9%79.9%
11Oklahoma$44,691,4422.3%82.2%
12North Carolina$43,195,4642.2%84.4%
13Idaho$33,179,6811.7%86.1%
14Colorado$30,483,7411.6%87.7%
15Nebraska$26,066,8161.3%89.0%
16Florida$25,994,3831.3%90.3%
17South Dakota$24,055,4741.2%91.6%
18California$20,856,0851.1%92.6%
19South Carolina$20,627,5161.1%93.7%
20Tennessee$19,247,8871.0%94.7%
21Arizona$17,555,0220.9%95.6%
22Virginia$15,792,0090.8%96.4%
23New Mexico$14,390,6830.7%97.1%
24Illinois$8,393,7980.4%97.6%
25Minnesota$7,349,8470.4%97.9%
26Washington$6,234,9450.3%98.3%
27Iowa$4,531,5450.2%98.5%
28Oregon$4,025,8680.2%98.7%
29Wyoming$3,723,8790.2%98.9%
30Ohio$3,658,7820.2%99.1%
31Utah$3,481,5510.2%99.2%
32Michigan$2,761,8700.1%99.4%
33Kentucky$2,697,2200.1%99.5%
34Indiana$2,453,9370.1%99.7%
35Maryland$1,875,0810.1%99.8%
36Wisconsin$1,663,3450.1%99.8%
37Pennsylvania$1,065,7740.1%99.9%
38Delaware$749,9110.0%99.9%
39Nevada$403,9860.0%99.9%
40New York$375,3850.0%100.0%
41Maine$258,9330.0%100.0%
42Alaska$135,9720.0%100.0%
43New Jersey$103,4980.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$47,4580.0%100.0%
45West Virginia$25,7540.0%100.0%
46Vermont$17,6990.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$12,5970.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$2,5070.0%100.0%
49Massachusetts$2,2630.0%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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