Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in McIntosh County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2019

States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2019

Rank State Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$39,248,70919.3%19.3%
2Oklahoma$35,413,44117.4%36.7%
3Oregon$17,737,1628.7%45.4%
4Kansas$17,111,6538.4%53.8%
5Missouri$11,363,1535.6%59.3%
6Colorado$9,666,8984.7%64.1%
7New Mexico$7,333,1003.6%67.7%
8California$6,871,4653.4%71.1%
9Utah$6,035,3873.0%74.0%
10Arizona$5,655,3052.8%76.8%
11Florida$4,888,2062.4%79.2%
12Wyoming$3,707,7881.8%81.0%
13North Dakota$3,664,3921.8%82.8%
14Georgia$3,102,9791.5%84.3%
15South Dakota$2,820,7301.4%85.7%
16Idaho$2,734,0011.3%87.1%
17Louisiana$2,724,5651.3%88.4%
18South Carolina$2,217,5741.1%89.5%
19Nevada$2,140,9631.1%90.6%
20Alabama$1,841,3100.9%91.5%
21Montana$1,827,6120.9%92.4%
22Minnesota$1,817,5600.9%93.2%
23Massachusetts$1,775,9650.9%94.1%
24Iowa$1,459,4870.7%94.8%
25Arkansas$1,368,2520.7%95.5%
26Tennessee$1,319,0290.6%96.2%
27Nebraska$1,290,4150.6%96.8%
28Hawaii$1,254,2600.6%97.4%
29Washington$1,199,7530.6%98.0%
30North Carolina$997,5130.5%98.5%
31Wisconsin$596,9700.3%98.8%
32Michigan$572,5920.3%99.1%
33Mississippi$416,6230.2%99.3%
34Kentucky$313,8600.2%99.4%
35New York$275,1930.1%99.6%
36Virginia$201,5840.1%99.7%
37Pennsylvania$196,3620.1%99.7%
38Ohio$113,0500.1%99.8%
39Vermont$110,2810.1%99.9%
40West Virginia$85,6960.0%99.9%
41Maine$64,2930.0%99.9%
42Connecticut$61,1470.0%100.0%
43Illinois$43,0300.0%100.0%
44Indiana$15,1510.0%100.0%
45New Jersey$14,3030.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$5,9370.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$1,6820.0%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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