Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity payments in Meriwether County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2011

States Receiving Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity payments, 2011

Rank State Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1California$2,446,38432.8%32.8%
2Washington$2,270,70630.4%63.2%
3Michigan$1,134,34815.2%78.4%
4New Jersey$815,48110.9%89.4%
5Oregon$159,9772.1%91.5%
6Delaware$73,3951.0%92.5%
7Idaho$66,9080.9%93.4%
8Indiana$64,5440.9%94.3%
9Massachusetts$62,2340.8%95.1%
10Maryland$58,1290.8%95.9%
11New York$56,2130.8%96.6%
12Hawaii$42,2960.6%97.2%
13Illinois$39,9240.5%97.7%
14Pennsylvania$37,5990.5%98.2%
15Minnesota$25,5880.3%98.6%
16North Carolina$25,2500.3%98.9%
17Kansas$19,0160.3%99.2%
18Wisconsin$17,2450.2%99.4%
19Virginia$7,8080.1%99.5%
20Colorado$7,8000.1%99.6%
21Missouri$6,8500.1%99.7%
22Ohio$5,2220.1%99.8%
23Iowa$4,6210.1%99.8%
24Kentucky$3,5070.0%99.9%
25Maine$3,0110.0%99.9%
26West Virginia$1,8430.0%99.9%
27South Carolina$1,7810.0%100.0%
28Connecticut$1,5430.0%100.0%
29Nebraska$8900.0%100.0%
30Alabama$2970.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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