Loan Deficiency Payments in Colorado totaled $14.8 million in 2017

Counties in Colorado Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 2017

Rank County Loan Deficiency Payments
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kit Carson County, Colorado$2,301,89115.5%15.5%
2Washington County, Colorado$1,966,47113.3%28.8%
3Yuma County, Colorado$1,315,9018.9%37.6%
4Lincoln County, Colorado$1,088,5057.3%45.0%
5Weld County, Colorado$897,8786.1%51.0%
6Logan County, Colorado$834,6205.6%56.7%
7Kiowa County, Colorado$834,2735.6%62.3%
8Morgan County, Colorado$830,3685.6%67.9%
9Adams County, Colorado$821,9445.5%73.4%
10Prowers County, Colorado$767,8565.2%78.6%
11Baca County, Colorado$762,8405.1%83.7%
12Phillips County, Colorado$736,1855.0%88.7%
13Cheyenne County, Colorado$622,8684.2%92.9%
14Sedgwick County, Colorado$314,5912.1%95.0%
15Arapahoe County, Colorado$261,6591.8%96.8%
16Elbert County, Colorado$219,2171.5%98.3%
17Moffat County, Colorado$65,3070.4%98.7%
18Larimer County, Colorado$39,9950.3%99.0%
19Bent County, Colorado$28,2220.2%99.2%
20Boulder County, Colorado$25,0530.2%99.3%
21Dolores County, Colorado$19,5320.1%99.5%
22Denver County, Colorado$17,8960.1%99.6%
23Montezuma County, Colorado$17,5250.1%99.7%
24Otero County, Colorado$16,5760.1%99.8%
25Routt County, Colorado$11,1450.1%99.9%
26Douglas County, Colorado$4,2840.0%99.9%
27Alamosa County, Colorado$4,0160.0%100.0%
28Mesa County, Colorado$3,3150.0%100.0%
29San Miguel County, Colorado$1,3190.0%100.0%
30Rio Blanco County, Colorado$1,2660.0%100.0%
31El Paso County, Colorado$7660.0%100.0%
32Crowley County, Colorado$3330.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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