Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Upson County, Georgia totaled $46,221 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,442,629,98818.0%18.0%
2Arkansas$1,165,556,98314.6%32.6%
3Georgia$758,559,3919.5%42.1%
4Kansas$493,191,3456.2%48.3%
5North Dakota$481,572,6656.0%54.3%
6Montana$418,840,2505.2%59.5%
7Louisiana$404,946,2025.1%64.6%
8Missouri$389,090,3674.9%69.4%
9Oklahoma$287,799,0793.6%73.0%
10Mississippi$268,421,1243.4%76.4%
11Colorado$208,587,6082.6%79.0%
12Alabama$201,600,2022.5%81.5%
13Idaho$176,577,8692.2%83.7%
14Nebraska$164,755,5482.1%85.8%
15North Carolina$133,087,2921.7%87.5%
16South Dakota$129,991,8841.6%89.1%
17California$127,936,3891.6%90.7%
18Florida$101,035,5141.3%91.9%
19South Carolina$81,638,9731.0%93.0%
20Virginia$68,634,7480.9%93.8%
21Illinois$64,330,6460.8%94.6%
22New Mexico$63,443,4230.8%95.4%
23Minnesota$40,151,5180.5%95.9%
24Arizona$38,650,5480.5%96.4%
25Washington$36,736,3510.5%96.9%
26Iowa$35,683,7810.4%97.3%
27Ohio$29,947,3030.4%97.7%
28Oregon$23,582,4870.3%98.0%
29Utah$21,286,6550.3%98.2%
30Kentucky$21,148,1130.3%98.5%
31Wyoming$20,598,0950.3%98.8%
32Michigan$19,707,4380.2%99.0%
33Indiana$18,968,3940.2%99.3%
34Tennessee$16,573,1650.2%99.5%
35Wisconsin$12,810,0940.2%99.6%
36Maryland$12,543,5040.2%99.8%
37Pennsylvania$7,088,5860.1%99.9%
38Delaware$4,316,1870.1%99.9%
39New York$2,514,8430.0%100.0%
40Nevada$1,773,2610.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$689,3670.0%100.0%
42Maine$396,5530.0%100.0%
43Connecticut$339,7150.0%100.0%
44Alaska$229,5880.0%100.0%
45West Virginia$131,9020.0%100.0%
46Vermont$114,5830.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$106,4510.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$21,7010.0%100.0%
49Massachusetts$10,5690.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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