Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Monterey County, California totaled $9.1 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Monterey County, California Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tulare County, California$25,176,2536.5%6.5%
2Kern County, California$24,408,0796.3%12.8%
3Merced County, California$20,552,0865.3%18.1%
4Modoc County, California$19,655,0755.1%23.2%
5San Luis Obispo County, California$17,262,0434.5%27.6%
6Stanislaus County, California$16,212,8404.2%31.8%
7Lassen County, California$15,933,6954.1%35.9%
8Fresno County, California$15,291,5463.9%39.8%
9Tehama County, California$12,705,4863.3%43.1%
10Humboldt County, California$12,214,9353.2%46.3%
11Siskiyou County, California$12,092,4953.1%49.4%
12San Joaquin County, California$10,806,1332.8%52.2%
13Madera County, California$9,340,0592.4%54.6%
14Solano County, California$9,211,6222.4%57.0%
15Monterey County, California$9,131,3042.4%59.3%
16Glenn County, California$8,809,0822.3%61.6%
17Santa Barbara County, California$8,528,6322.2%63.8%
18Mariposa County, California$8,337,6002.2%65.9%
19Alameda County, California$7,382,1241.9%67.8%
20San Benito County, California$7,017,9071.8%69.7%
21Sonoma County, California$7,007,4031.8%71.5%
22Imperial County, California$6,713,7321.7%73.2%
23Yolo County, California$6,020,0491.6%74.7%
24Calaveras County, California$5,912,9181.5%76.3%
25Colusa County, California$5,769,5711.5%77.8%
26Kings County, California$5,709,9441.5%79.2%
27Mendocino County, California$5,632,4341.5%80.7%
28Contra Costa County, California$5,337,4391.4%82.1%
29Sacramento County, California$5,290,8241.4%83.4%
30Shasta County, California$4,900,3741.3%84.7%
31Mono County, California$4,873,8901.3%85.9%
32San Bernardino County, California$4,705,0741.2%87.2%
33Butte County, California$4,228,8371.1%88.2%
34Riverside County, California$4,116,5961.1%89.3%
35Ventura County, California$3,968,0661.0%90.3%
36Tuolumne County, California$3,843,3831.0%91.3%
37Marin County, California$3,779,5481.0%92.3%
38Inyo County, California$3,758,9091.0%93.3%
39Santa Clara County, California$3,518,9490.9%94.2%
40Amador County, California$3,194,3870.8%95.0%
41Plumas County, California$2,734,1560.7%95.7%
42Sierra County, California$2,581,2430.7%96.4%
43Yuba County, California$2,023,0400.5%96.9%
44San Diego County, California$1,867,9770.5%97.4%
45Napa County, California$1,695,1290.4%97.8%
46Placer County, California$1,439,7000.4%98.2%
47El Dorado County, California$1,399,9860.4%98.5%
48Sutter County, California$1,261,0240.3%98.9%
49Lake County, California$1,219,7260.3%99.2%
50Los Angeles County, California$1,073,2970.3%99.5%
51Santa Cruz County, California$671,9730.2%99.6%
52Trinity County, California$363,6920.1%99.7%
53Nevada County, California$319,9960.1%99.8%
54Del Norte County, California$277,1070.1%99.9%
55San Mateo County, California$270,4580.1%100.0%
56Alpine County, California$155,4390.0%100.0%
57Orange County, California$29,4020.0%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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