Livestock Subsidies in Idaho totaled $115 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Idaho Receiving livestock subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Owyhee County, Idaho$13,415,06111.6%11.6%
2Elmore County, Idaho$10,482,5049.1%20.7%
3Gooding County, Idaho$9,979,4308.7%29.4%
4Twin Falls County, Idaho$8,575,5257.4%36.8%
5Cassia County, Idaho$7,596,6846.6%43.4%
6Washington County, Idaho$6,169,1625.3%48.7%
7Jerome County, Idaho$5,627,4324.9%53.6%
8Canyon County, Idaho$4,821,3834.2%57.8%
9Bingham County, Idaho$4,216,9523.7%61.5%
10Lemhi County, Idaho$3,507,2403.0%64.5%
11Minidoka County, Idaho$3,105,8672.7%67.2%
12Lincoln County, Idaho$2,744,3812.4%69.6%
13Franklin County, Idaho$2,635,4932.3%71.9%
14Nez Perce County, Idaho$2,300,4132.0%73.9%
15Gem County, Idaho$2,058,4301.8%75.6%
16Bear Lake County, Idaho$2,050,4811.8%77.4%
17Idaho County, Idaho$2,010,1951.7%79.2%
18Payette County, Idaho$1,860,7121.6%80.8%
19Ada County, Idaho$1,856,6631.6%82.4%
20Caribou County, Idaho$1,847,7681.6%84.0%
21Bonneville County, Idaho$1,719,0271.5%85.5%
22Jefferson County, Idaho$1,428,6871.2%86.7%
23Oneida County, Idaho$1,425,4581.2%87.9%
24Blaine County, Idaho$1,396,6751.2%89.2%
25Butte County, Idaho$1,220,5341.1%90.2%
26Bannock County, Idaho$1,058,5040.9%91.1%
27Lewis County, Idaho$1,046,0700.9%92.0%
28Madison County, Idaho$1,031,2240.9%92.9%
29Custer County, Idaho$1,026,1710.9%93.8%
30Clark County, Idaho$890,9140.8%94.6%
31Adams County, Idaho$800,9560.7%95.3%
32Valley County, Idaho$770,1810.7%96.0%
33Fremont County, Idaho$755,5820.7%96.6%
34Bonner County, Idaho$721,2620.6%97.2%
35Kootenai County, Idaho$657,4600.6%97.8%
36Camas County, Idaho$496,5730.4%98.2%
37Latah County, Idaho$456,0580.4%98.6%
38Power County, Idaho$418,2070.4%99.0%
39Benewah County, Idaho$330,8780.3%99.3%
40Boise County, Idaho$329,6980.3%99.6%
41Clearwater County, Idaho$245,4800.2%99.8%
42Boundary County, Idaho$205,8170.2%100.0%
43Teton County, Idaho$42,0270.0%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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