Deficiency Payments in Gem County, Idaho totaled $70,087 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Gem County, Idaho Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Deficiency Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Idaho County, Idaho$466,77310.0%10.0%
2Power County, Idaho$433,1569.3%19.3%
3Cassia County, Idaho$322,8636.9%26.2%
4Bingham County, Idaho$265,9055.7%32.0%
5Lewis County, Idaho$246,3565.3%37.2%
6Caribou County, Idaho$232,2535.0%42.2%
7Twin Falls County, Idaho$209,1994.5%46.7%
8Oneida County, Idaho$175,0473.8%50.5%
9Owyhee County, Idaho$174,2473.7%54.2%
10Nez Perce County, Idaho$162,5163.5%57.7%
11Canyon County, Idaho$142,0943.0%60.7%
12Ada County, Idaho$137,6213.0%63.7%
13Bannock County, Idaho$128,1552.8%66.5%
14Latah County, Idaho$127,2552.7%69.2%
15Jefferson County, Idaho$121,8322.6%71.8%
16Franklin County, Idaho$113,2562.4%74.2%
17Bonneville County, Idaho$109,5762.4%76.6%
18Blaine County, Idaho$105,7022.3%78.9%
19Kootenai County, Idaho$100,1462.1%81.0%
20Fremont County, Idaho$92,7352.0%83.0%
21Butte County, Idaho$91,0212.0%84.9%
22Payette County, Idaho$86,1311.8%86.8%
23Camas County, Idaho$77,6831.7%88.5%
24Elmore County, Idaho$74,3161.6%90.1%
25Gooding County, Idaho$73,8721.6%91.6%
26Lincoln County, Idaho$72,4421.6%93.2%
27Gem County, Idaho$70,0871.5%94.7%
28Washington County, Idaho$67,0831.4%96.1%
29Madison County, Idaho$56,1361.2%97.3%
30Boundary County, Idaho$45,0051.0%98.3%
31Bear Lake County, Idaho$39,9660.9%99.2%
32Minidoka County, Idaho$30,6220.7%99.8%
33Benewah County, Idaho$30,5690.7%100.5%
34Clearwater County, Idaho$28,9530.6%101.1%
35Custer County, Idaho$23,7050.5%101.6%
36Jerome County, Idaho$22,2890.5%102.1%
37Teton County, Idaho$20,1880.4%102.5%
38Adams County, Idaho$8,1700.2%102.7%
39Lemhi County, Idaho$3,9140.1%102.8%
40Valley County, Idaho$1300.0%102.8%
41Clark County, Idaho$-129,842-2.8%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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