Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Colorado totaled $304 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lincoln County, Colorado$18,752,7696.2%6.2%
2Las Animas County, Colorado$18,018,9995.9%12.1%
3Otero County, Colorado$17,915,4515.9%18.0%
4Baca County, Colorado$17,494,9045.8%23.8%
5Yuma County, Colorado$16,672,8565.5%29.2%
6Bent County, Colorado$14,242,7574.7%33.9%
7Crowley County, Colorado$12,893,2204.2%38.2%
8Prowers County, Colorado$12,170,3584.0%42.2%
9Kit Carson County, Colorado$10,548,0633.5%45.7%
10Washington County, Colorado$10,360,7623.4%49.1%
11Kiowa County, Colorado$9,685,2213.2%52.3%
12Logan County, Colorado$9,281,8573.1%55.3%
13Cheyenne County, Colorado$8,734,5042.9%58.2%
14Elbert County, Colorado$8,525,4712.8%61.0%
15Conejos County, Colorado$8,461,3382.8%63.8%
16Weld County, Colorado$8,401,1222.8%66.5%
17Pueblo County, Colorado$8,248,2102.7%69.3%
18Moffat County, Colorado$8,108,6362.7%71.9%
19Rio Blanco County, Colorado$6,510,1362.1%74.1%
20Montrose County, Colorado$6,403,8472.1%76.2%
21Montezuma County, Colorado$5,735,3141.9%78.1%
22El Paso County, Colorado$5,677,5441.9%79.9%
23Saguache County, Colorado$5,417,6121.8%81.7%
24Morgan County, Colorado$5,282,7971.7%83.5%
25Mesa County, Colorado$4,647,5961.5%85.0%
26Huerfano County, Colorado$3,581,5821.2%86.2%
27Garfield County, Colorado$3,542,5081.2%87.3%
28Routt County, Colorado$3,492,4001.1%88.5%
29Sedgwick County, Colorado$3,146,2181.0%89.5%
30Delta County, Colorado$3,053,0981.0%90.5%
31La Plata County, Colorado$2,191,7230.7%91.2%
32Arapahoe County, Colorado$2,079,8790.7%91.9%
33Gunnison County, Colorado$2,075,8190.7%92.6%
34Phillips County, Colorado$1,909,6240.6%93.2%
35Custer County, Colorado$1,788,5400.6%93.8%
36Rio Grande County, Colorado$1,752,1170.6%94.4%
37Eagle County, Colorado$1,657,4650.5%95.0%
38Jackson County, Colorado$1,588,6350.5%95.5%
39Fremont County, Colorado$1,506,0900.5%96.0%
40Park County, Colorado$1,428,8240.5%96.4%
41Larimer County, Colorado$1,391,2850.5%96.9%
42Grand County, Colorado$1,263,6010.4%97.3%
43San Miguel County, Colorado$1,113,0660.4%97.7%
44Chaffee County, Colorado$1,080,6460.4%98.0%
45Adams County, Colorado$1,013,5750.3%98.4%
46Alamosa County, Colorado$960,9130.3%98.7%
47Costilla County, Colorado$835,0460.3%99.0%
48Archuleta County, Colorado$805,2350.3%99.2%
49Ouray County, Colorado$733,1200.2%99.5%
50Dolores County, Colorado$582,5110.2%99.7%
51Douglas County, Colorado$442,7390.1%99.8%
52Boulder County, Colorado$214,9600.1%99.9%
53Teller County, Colorado$99,1760.0%99.9%
54Pitkin County, Colorado$88,6650.0%99.9%
55Mineral County, Colorado$56,4640.0%100.0%
56Lake County, Colorado$44,0710.0%100.0%
57Jefferson County, Colorado$40,9340.0%100.0%
58Hinsdale County, Colorado$24,7100.0%100.0%
59Summit County, Colorado$14,0840.0%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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