Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs payments in Spalding County, Georgia totaled $418,982 from 1995-2023.

States Receiving Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs payments, 1995-2023

Rank State Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs
1995-2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$497,335,21615.7%15.7%
2Oklahoma$251,904,5248.0%23.7%
3South Dakota$192,766,6346.1%29.7%
4Nebraska$184,442,4495.8%35.6%
5Montana$157,928,6035.0%40.5%
6Missouri$138,322,7524.4%44.9%
7Arkansas$106,856,3673.4%48.3%
8Georgia$100,400,7073.2%51.5%
9California$91,624,3062.9%54.3%
10New Mexico$90,839,6552.9%57.2%
11Kansas$90,667,1662.9%60.1%
12Alabama$88,928,9082.8%62.9%
13Kentucky$77,433,6942.4%65.3%
14Tennessee$76,556,0302.4%67.7%
15Iowa$75,873,5812.4%70.1%
16Colorado$73,857,5772.3%72.5%
17Wyoming$73,659,1092.3%74.8%
18Minnesota$73,484,2792.3%77.1%
19North Dakota$59,473,0361.9%79.0%
20Florida$56,048,0011.8%80.8%
21Mississippi$49,530,6801.6%82.3%
22Wisconsin$48,188,4361.5%83.8%
23Louisiana$45,271,5061.4%85.3%
24Utah$41,231,7401.3%86.6%
25Virginia$39,735,9601.3%87.8%
26Idaho$36,858,9631.2%89.0%
27North Carolina$36,798,5801.2%90.2%
28Illinois$36,200,3751.1%91.3%
29New York$35,276,0581.1%92.4%
30Ohio$30,714,3001.0%93.4%
31Pennsylvania$28,897,8220.9%94.3%
32Oregon$24,782,2140.8%95.1%
33Arizona$24,454,4660.8%95.9%
34Indiana$22,673,3000.7%96.6%
35Michigan$22,147,6970.7%97.3%
36Washington$18,027,3900.6%97.8%
37South Carolina$17,155,9570.5%98.4%
38Nevada$10,488,8200.3%98.7%
39Vermont$10,081,6500.3%99.0%
40West Virginia$9,810,0400.3%99.3%
41Hawaii$6,588,6440.2%99.5%
42Maryland$4,770,4890.2%99.7%
43New Jersey$2,435,0540.1%99.8%
44Maine$1,897,5160.1%99.8%
45Massachusetts$1,823,9850.1%99.9%
46Connecticut$1,103,9960.0%99.9%
47New Hampshire$971,4240.0%100.0%
48Puerto Rico$652,3200.0%100.0%
49Delaware$364,4180.0%100.0%
50Alaska$298,4750.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$107,0720.0%100.0%
52Northern Mariana Islands$2,8080.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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