Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Florida totaled $200 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Okeechobee County, Florida$16,790,9908.4%8.4%
2Polk County, Florida$15,166,8917.6%16.0%
3Highlands County, Florida$12,096,6046.0%22.0%
4Hardee County, Florida$8,730,6394.4%26.4%
5Glades County, Florida$8,155,8654.1%30.5%
6Hendry County, Florida$7,832,4433.9%34.4%
7Sumter County, Florida$7,771,7133.9%38.3%
8DeSoto County, Florida$6,924,4223.5%41.7%
9Osceola County, Florida$6,446,3513.2%45.0%
10Lake County, Florida$5,983,9123.0%48.0%
11Brevard County, Florida$5,404,2112.7%50.7%
12Jackson County, Florida$5,297,9182.6%53.3%
13Pasco County, Florida$5,190,6152.6%55.9%
14Manatee County, Florida$5,072,3932.5%58.4%
15Alachua County, Florida$4,667,0872.3%60.8%
16Levy County, Florida$4,342,1682.2%62.9%
17Volusia County, Florida$4,305,3182.2%65.1%
18Columbia County, Florida$4,206,6382.1%67.2%
19Holmes County, Florida$3,779,0081.9%69.1%
20Marion County, Florida$3,273,0181.6%70.7%
21Suwannee County, Florida$3,231,7961.6%72.3%
22Hillsborough County, Florida$3,036,0861.5%73.9%
23Madison County, Florida$3,032,9401.5%75.4%
24Martin County, Florida$3,024,4401.5%76.9%
25Lafayette County, Florida$2,779,2181.4%78.3%
26Liberty County, Florida$2,581,9281.3%79.6%
27Walton County, Florida$2,454,7661.2%80.8%
28Jefferson County, Florida$2,092,3131.0%81.8%
29Saint Lucie County, Florida$1,998,5681.0%82.8%
30Citrus County, Florida$1,995,9691.0%83.8%
31Indian River County, Florida$1,892,7720.9%84.8%
32Gilchrist County, Florida$1,892,1930.9%85.7%
33Charlotte County, Florida$1,663,8260.8%86.6%
34Palm Beach County, Florida$1,657,8430.8%87.4%
35Hernando County, Florida$1,586,2040.8%88.2%
36Wakulla County, Florida$1,511,0970.8%88.9%
37Washington County, Florida$1,480,0940.7%89.7%
38Orange County, Florida$1,301,6690.7%90.3%
39Union County, Florida$1,281,6300.6%91.0%
40Hamilton County, Florida$1,261,3020.6%91.6%
41Santa Rosa County, Florida$1,169,3020.6%92.2%
42Sarasota County, Florida$1,149,5660.6%92.8%
43Dade County, Florida$1,075,7910.5%93.3%
44Baker County, Florida$1,058,9760.5%93.8%
45Lee County, Florida$1,025,7580.5%94.3%
46Nassau County, Florida$986,2280.5%94.8%
47Duval County, Florida$941,2730.5%95.3%
48Dixie County, Florida$940,2520.5%95.8%
49Calhoun County, Florida$912,2430.5%96.2%
50Collier County, Florida$893,5060.4%96.7%
51Bradford County, Florida$811,0680.4%97.1%
52Flagler County, Florida$804,3450.4%97.5%
53Putnam County, Florida$796,1900.4%97.9%
54Taylor County, Florida$727,0920.4%98.3%
55Okaloosa County, Florida$611,6490.3%98.6%
56Seminole County, Florida$557,7280.3%98.8%
57Gulf County, Florida$530,5370.3%99.1%
58Leon County, Florida$514,7090.3%99.4%
59Escambia County, Florida$424,7140.2%99.6%
60Clay County, Florida$349,5450.2%99.7%
61Gadsden County, Florida$222,0450.1%99.9%
62Saint Johns County, Florida$175,0680.1%99.9%
63Bay County, Florida$64,5790.0%100.0%
64Broward County, Florida$23,4850.0%100.0%
65Pinellas County, Florida$16,4560.0%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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