Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Sedgwick County, Colorado totaled $29,478 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Sedgwick County, Colorado Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Baca County, Colorado$1,619,09814.8%14.8%
2Moffat County, Colorado$1,611,71314.7%29.5%
3Prowers County, Colorado$748,8336.8%36.3%
4Bent County, Colorado$745,8176.8%43.1%
5Kit Carson County, Colorado$717,7826.6%49.7%
6Otero County, Colorado$659,5796.0%55.7%
7Rio Blanco County, Colorado$644,6415.9%61.6%
8Yuma County, Colorado$562,2565.1%66.7%
9Kiowa County, Colorado$527,6834.8%71.5%
10Logan County, Colorado$284,1752.6%74.1%
11Routt County, Colorado$262,7612.4%76.5%
12Crowley County, Colorado$258,2042.4%78.9%
13Elbert County, Colorado$254,2542.3%81.2%
14Mesa County, Colorado$233,9972.1%83.4%
15Lincoln County, Colorado$182,9651.7%85.0%
16Phillips County, Colorado$153,2511.4%86.4%
17Las Animas County, Colorado$151,5271.4%87.8%
18Cheyenne County, Colorado$149,3261.4%89.2%
19Pueblo County, Colorado$114,3601.0%90.2%
20Washington County, Colorado$110,4461.0%91.2%
21Garfield County, Colorado$108,9381.0%92.2%
22Huerfano County, Colorado$103,8500.9%93.2%
23El Paso County, Colorado$102,7730.9%94.1%
24Jackson County, Colorado$94,1640.9%95.0%
25Conejos County, Colorado$87,5960.8%95.8%
26Weld County, Colorado$77,8750.7%96.5%
27Montrose County, Colorado$72,1870.7%97.1%
28Arapahoe County, Colorado$66,2210.6%97.7%
29Morgan County, Colorado$54,4330.5%98.2%
30Grand County, Colorado$48,9920.4%98.7%
31Douglas County, Colorado$35,5710.3%99.0%
32Eagle County, Colorado$31,0570.3%99.3%
33Sedgwick County, Colorado$29,4780.3%99.6%
34Custer County, Colorado$24,7990.2%99.8%
35Montezuma County, Colorado$18,4550.2%99.9%
36Adams County, Colorado$5,6480.1%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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