Loan Deficiency Payments in Webster County, Georgia totaled $1.4 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Loan Deficiency Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$3,893,219,40612.4%12.4%
2Iowa$3,690,368,68811.8%24.2%
3Minnesota$2,324,410,3817.4%31.7%
4Nebraska$2,317,966,6567.4%39.1%
5Indiana$1,829,544,9265.8%44.9%
6Texas$1,765,032,8565.6%50.5%
7Kansas$1,724,489,9045.5%56.1%
8North Dakota$1,425,295,2914.6%60.6%
9South Dakota$1,282,601,6414.1%64.7%
10Ohio$1,266,446,0204.0%68.7%
11Missouri$1,197,211,1973.8%72.6%
12Arkansas$986,680,4303.2%75.7%
13Wisconsin$721,522,3572.3%78.0%
14Georgia$636,634,9682.0%80.1%
15Michigan$614,993,1852.0%82.0%
16North Carolina$555,027,2431.8%83.8%
17Louisiana$543,102,5281.7%85.5%
18California$520,414,7421.7%87.2%
19Mississippi$482,526,3611.5%88.7%
20Kentucky$394,503,4001.3%90.0%
21Colorado$372,390,4011.2%91.2%
22Montana$324,180,7751.0%92.2%
23Tennessee$275,677,2010.9%93.1%
24Oklahoma$269,104,2880.9%94.0%
25Idaho$231,960,9520.7%94.7%
26Washington$210,111,9970.7%95.4%
27Alabama$205,533,8040.7%96.0%
28Virginia$186,053,1460.6%96.6%
29Maryland$163,296,6470.5%97.2%
30South Carolina$158,983,1180.5%97.7%
31Pennsylvania$144,094,6750.5%98.1%
32New York$128,505,9700.4%98.5%
33Arizona$92,506,6700.3%98.8%
34Oregon$65,253,9550.2%99.0%
35New Mexico$63,679,8670.2%99.2%
36Delaware$58,110,3740.2%99.4%
37Florida$41,956,2100.1%99.6%
38Wyoming$35,022,6130.1%99.7%
39Utah$25,255,0680.1%99.8%
40New Jersey$20,250,7660.1%99.8%
41Vermont$18,729,0820.1%99.9%
42Maine$12,296,2390.0%99.9%
43West Virginia$8,205,8690.0%99.9%
44Connecticut$6,863,0960.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$4,681,8150.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$4,210,5410.0%100.0%
47Nevada$2,059,9630.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$223,7610.0%100.0%
49Hawaii$80,5230.0%100.0%
50Alaska$44,4180.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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