Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs payments in Effingham County, Georgia totaled $182,849 from 1995-2021.

States Receiving Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs payments, 1995-2021

Rank State Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$497,335,05416.0%16.0%
2Oklahoma$251,850,0388.1%24.2%
3South Dakota$188,579,0656.1%30.3%
4Nebraska$181,827,1285.9%36.1%
5Montana$157,496,6705.1%41.2%
6Missouri$137,388,4564.4%45.6%
7Arkansas$106,808,5133.4%49.1%
8Georgia$100,148,5273.2%52.3%
9California$91,421,9142.9%55.3%
10New Mexico$90,839,6552.9%58.2%
11Alabama$88,784,2422.9%61.1%
12Kansas$88,780,7302.9%63.9%
13Kentucky$77,186,6982.5%66.4%
14Tennessee$76,391,8162.5%68.9%
15Wyoming$73,659,1092.4%71.3%
16Colorado$72,947,5152.4%73.6%
17Minnesota$61,350,6452.0%75.6%
18North Dakota$59,165,6141.9%77.5%
19Iowa$58,510,3371.9%79.4%
20Florida$55,708,6541.8%81.2%
21Mississippi$49,517,1261.6%82.8%
22Wisconsin$46,943,1421.5%84.3%
23Louisiana$45,271,5061.5%85.8%
24Utah$40,748,6561.3%87.1%
25Virginia$39,654,5821.3%88.3%
26Idaho$36,787,8451.2%89.5%
27New York$35,199,7561.1%90.7%
28North Carolina$33,655,9961.1%91.8%
29Illinois$27,865,1040.9%92.7%
30Ohio$27,700,0660.9%93.5%
31Pennsylvania$27,284,9920.9%94.4%
32Oregon$24,773,6280.8%95.2%
33Arizona$24,437,8880.8%96.0%
34Michigan$20,771,5610.7%96.7%
35Indiana$17,788,4060.6%97.3%
36Washington$17,786,1180.6%97.8%
37South Carolina$16,960,4770.5%98.4%
38Nevada$10,441,3000.3%98.7%
39Vermont$10,068,5820.3%99.0%
40West Virginia$9,497,1640.3%99.3%
41Hawaii$6,551,2220.2%99.6%
42Maryland$4,746,7290.2%99.7%
43New Jersey$2,116,9400.1%99.8%
44Maine$1,893,5200.1%99.8%
45Massachusetts$1,785,1050.1%99.9%
46Connecticut$1,103,9960.0%99.9%
47New Hampshire$971,4240.0%100.0%
48Delaware$364,4180.0%100.0%
49Alaska$289,1330.0%100.0%
50Puerto Rico$248,2920.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$107,0720.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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