Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Idaho totaled $177 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Idaho Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Price Loss Coverage
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bingham County, Idaho$24,367,80413.8%13.8%
2Power County, Idaho$22,950,67913.0%26.8%
3Cassia County, Idaho$18,183,89110.3%37.1%
4Jefferson County, Idaho$10,805,1466.1%43.2%
5Bonneville County, Idaho$8,647,0744.9%48.1%
6Madison County, Idaho$8,294,9054.7%52.8%
7Fremont County, Idaho$8,121,6524.6%57.4%
8Nez Perce County, Idaho$7,569,2634.3%61.7%
9Caribou County, Idaho$5,911,8103.3%65.0%
10Twin Falls County, Idaho$5,834,9963.3%68.3%
11Minidoka County, Idaho$5,160,4732.9%71.3%
12Oneida County, Idaho$4,875,1872.8%74.0%
13Bannock County, Idaho$4,263,9662.4%76.4%
14Canyon County, Idaho$4,060,5012.3%78.7%
15Jerome County, Idaho$3,940,4482.2%81.0%
16Latah County, Idaho$3,291,0581.9%82.8%
17Butte County, Idaho$2,802,0961.6%84.4%
18Gooding County, Idaho$2,788,8711.6%86.0%
19Lewis County, Idaho$2,755,3481.6%87.6%
20Franklin County, Idaho$2,539,7591.4%89.0%
21Elmore County, Idaho$2,306,5921.3%90.3%
22Bear Lake County, Idaho$2,031,6851.2%91.5%
23Washington County, Idaho$2,015,6741.1%92.6%
24Idaho County, Idaho$1,989,6331.1%93.7%
25Owyhee County, Idaho$1,809,5891.0%94.8%
26Clark County, Idaho$1,597,0650.9%95.7%
27Teton County, Idaho$1,216,1760.7%96.3%
28Boundary County, Idaho$1,071,4370.6%97.0%
29Ada County, Idaho$1,009,7130.6%97.5%
30Camas County, Idaho$884,7680.5%98.0%
31Payette County, Idaho$854,9030.5%98.5%
32Lincoln County, Idaho$649,4060.4%98.9%
33Blaine County, Idaho$590,3040.3%99.2%
34Gem County, Idaho$475,6140.3%99.5%
35Clearwater County, Idaho$320,7890.2%99.7%
36Lemhi County, Idaho$265,3520.2%99.8%
37Custer County, Idaho$209,5730.1%99.9%
38Adams County, Idaho$48,2750.0%100.0%
39Kootenai County, Idaho$37,9920.0%100.0%
40Benewah County, Idaho$15,6550.0%100.0%
41Valley County, Idaho$12,7470.0%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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