Price Loss Coverage Payments in Nez Perce County, Idaho totaled $1.3 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Nez Perce County, Idaho Receiving Price Loss Coverage Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Price Loss Coverage Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bingham County, Idaho$3,473,73110.2%10.2%
2Cassia County, Idaho$3,354,0129.9%20.1%
3Power County, Idaho$3,134,4569.2%29.3%
4Bonneville County, Idaho$2,153,4056.3%35.6%
5Jefferson County, Idaho$2,061,5576.1%41.7%
6Fremont County, Idaho$1,925,7795.7%47.4%
7Caribou County, Idaho$1,729,0335.1%52.4%
8Madison County, Idaho$1,678,6274.9%57.4%
9Minidoka County, Idaho$1,667,4734.9%62.3%
10Nez Perce County, Idaho$1,278,5013.8%66.0%
11Twin Falls County, Idaho$1,233,6493.6%69.7%
12Oneida County, Idaho$789,1872.3%72.0%
13Lewis County, Idaho$732,1262.2%74.1%
14Bannock County, Idaho$698,4202.1%76.2%
15Canyon County, Idaho$695,1582.0%78.2%
16Idaho County, Idaho$682,3362.0%80.2%
17Jerome County, Idaho$669,2772.0%82.2%
18Teton County, Idaho$662,9841.9%84.2%
19Butte County, Idaho$567,7001.7%85.8%
20Latah County, Idaho$554,7071.6%87.5%
21Franklin County, Idaho$500,9181.5%88.9%
22Elmore County, Idaho$485,5411.4%90.4%
23Gooding County, Idaho$412,6421.2%91.6%
24Bear Lake County, Idaho$361,8051.1%92.6%
25Blaine County, Idaho$341,2571.0%93.6%
26Boundary County, Idaho$331,9981.0%94.6%
27Clark County, Idaho$313,1940.9%95.5%
28Owyhee County, Idaho$295,3130.9%96.4%
29Washington County, Idaho$273,9640.8%97.2%
30Camas County, Idaho$221,7560.7%97.9%
31Ada County, Idaho$161,6690.5%98.3%
32Lincoln County, Idaho$140,5300.4%98.8%
33Payette County, Idaho$110,0420.3%99.1%
34Gem County, Idaho$92,2190.3%99.3%
35Custer County, Idaho$75,8300.2%99.6%
36Lemhi County, Idaho$58,1930.2%99.7%
37Clearwater County, Idaho$50,8440.1%99.9%
38Kootenai County, Idaho$10,5660.0%99.9%
39Adams County, Idaho$10,5230.0%100.0%
40Valley County, Idaho$7,8500.0%100.0%
41Benewah County, Idaho$7,1820.0%100.0%
42Boise County, Idaho$4320.0%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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