Loan Deficiency Payments in Twin Falls County, Idaho totaled $15.3 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Twin Falls County, Idaho Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Loan Deficiency Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bingham County, Idaho$17,727,0307.6%7.6%
2Cassia County, Idaho$15,669,4976.8%14.4%
3Twin Falls County, Idaho$15,334,2446.6%21.0%
4Bonneville County, Idaho$14,312,0866.2%27.2%
5Latah County, Idaho$13,701,1665.9%33.1%
6Nez Perce County, Idaho$12,666,8935.5%38.5%
7Jefferson County, Idaho$11,106,7364.8%43.3%
8Minidoka County, Idaho$10,875,9254.7%48.0%
9Fremont County, Idaho$10,187,2604.4%52.4%
10Jerome County, Idaho$9,976,0694.3%56.7%
11Power County, Idaho$9,893,8744.3%61.0%
12Canyon County, Idaho$9,248,6444.0%65.0%
13Madison County, Idaho$9,176,6054.0%68.9%
14Idaho County, Idaho$8,177,1613.5%72.4%
15Caribou County, Idaho$8,103,3853.5%75.9%
16Lewis County, Idaho$7,828,0903.4%79.3%
17Gooding County, Idaho$7,047,0103.0%82.4%
18Owyhee County, Idaho$3,574,0391.5%83.9%
19Teton County, Idaho$3,555,9471.5%85.4%
20Benewah County, Idaho$3,085,3191.3%86.8%
21Ada County, Idaho$2,958,0831.3%88.0%
22Lincoln County, Idaho$2,668,3541.2%89.2%
23Butte County, Idaho$2,438,1831.1%90.2%
24Bannock County, Idaho$2,399,5621.0%91.3%
25Oneida County, Idaho$2,027,6070.9%92.1%
26Blaine County, Idaho$2,026,3920.9%93.0%
27Elmore County, Idaho$1,939,3520.8%93.9%
28Payette County, Idaho$1,918,2320.8%94.7%
29Franklin County, Idaho$1,785,9060.8%95.5%
30Boundary County, Idaho$1,781,7300.8%96.2%
31Kootenai County, Idaho$1,649,8390.7%96.9%
32Washington County, Idaho$1,420,3230.6%97.5%
33Clark County, Idaho$1,409,1630.6%98.2%
34Gem County, Idaho$1,145,7470.5%98.6%
35Bear Lake County, Idaho$942,2530.4%99.1%
36Clearwater County, Idaho$729,7620.3%99.4%
37$532,2290.2%99.6%
38Camas County, Idaho$480,6470.2%99.8%
39Custer County, Idaho$213,7410.1%99.9%
40Lemhi County, Idaho$210,9070.1%100.0%
41Valley County, Idaho$12,3960.0%100.0%
42Bonner County, Idaho$12,1790.0%100.0%
43Adams County, Idaho$11,3870.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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