Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Prowers County, Colorado totaled $11.1 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Prowers County, Colorado Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lincoln County, Colorado$16,972,2436.2%6.2%
2Yuma County, Colorado$16,672,8566.1%12.3%
3Otero County, Colorado$16,131,7575.9%18.3%
4Las Animas County, Colorado$15,942,8315.8%24.1%
5Baca County, Colorado$15,709,6985.8%29.9%
6Bent County, Colorado$12,492,0944.6%34.5%
7Crowley County, Colorado$11,873,7304.4%38.8%
8Prowers County, Colorado$11,097,2974.1%42.9%
9Kit Carson County, Colorado$10,461,8893.8%46.7%
10Washington County, Colorado$10,355,4373.8%50.5%
11Logan County, Colorado$9,090,0903.3%53.9%
12Kiowa County, Colorado$8,696,4913.2%57.0%
13Cheyenne County, Colorado$8,574,6863.1%60.2%
14Weld County, Colorado$8,372,7943.1%63.3%
15Elbert County, Colorado$8,172,5923.0%66.3%
16Pueblo County, Colorado$7,029,0742.6%68.8%
17Conejos County, Colorado$7,021,2482.6%71.4%
18Moffat County, Colorado$6,663,5652.4%73.9%
19Rio Blanco County, Colorado$5,328,5192.0%75.8%
20Morgan County, Colorado$5,282,7971.9%77.7%
21Montrose County, Colorado$5,102,5721.9%79.6%
22El Paso County, Colorado$4,905,8571.8%81.4%
23Montezuma County, Colorado$4,851,8331.8%83.2%
24Saguache County, Colorado$4,546,5151.7%84.9%
25Mesa County, Colorado$3,315,3041.2%86.1%
26Sedgwick County, Colorado$3,134,5411.1%87.2%
27Huerfano County, Colorado$2,892,6141.1%88.3%
28Garfield County, Colorado$2,733,5831.0%89.3%
29Routt County, Colorado$2,533,7540.9%90.2%
30Delta County, Colorado$2,285,5530.8%91.1%
31Arapahoe County, Colorado$2,025,8980.7%91.8%
32Phillips County, Colorado$1,727,2160.6%92.4%
33La Plata County, Colorado$1,724,4190.6%93.1%
34Gunnison County, Colorado$1,553,5150.6%93.6%
35Custer County, Colorado$1,497,5970.5%94.2%
36Jackson County, Colorado$1,435,3050.5%94.7%
37Rio Grande County, Colorado$1,429,5310.5%95.2%
38Larimer County, Colorado$1,387,7780.5%95.8%
39Fremont County, Colorado$1,305,5240.5%96.2%
40Park County, Colorado$1,244,4940.5%96.7%
41Eagle County, Colorado$1,187,4500.4%97.1%
42Adams County, Colorado$1,013,5750.4%97.5%
43Grand County, Colorado$991,6080.4%97.9%
44Chaffee County, Colorado$925,9970.3%98.2%
45San Miguel County, Colorado$805,9440.3%98.5%
46Alamosa County, Colorado$789,8480.3%98.8%
47Costilla County, Colorado$690,7430.3%99.0%
48Ouray County, Colorado$609,5120.2%99.3%
49Archuleta County, Colorado$514,3300.2%99.5%
50Dolores County, Colorado$498,8130.2%99.6%
51Douglas County, Colorado$442,7390.2%99.8%
52Boulder County, Colorado$214,9600.1%99.9%
53Teller County, Colorado$99,1760.0%99.9%
54Pitkin County, Colorado$70,3150.0%99.9%
55Mineral County, Colorado$55,4620.0%100.0%
56Jefferson County, Colorado$40,9340.0%100.0%
57Lake County, Colorado$30,5740.0%100.0%
58Hinsdale County, Colorado$23,4120.0%100.0%
59Summit County, Colorado$14,0840.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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