Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Indiana totaled $3.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Indiana Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dubois County, Indiana$491,17315.3%15.3%
2Fountain County, Indiana$485,92115.1%30.5%
3Wells County, Indiana$307,2199.6%40.0%
4Jay County, Indiana$203,5176.3%46.4%
5Lawrence County, Indiana$131,7064.1%50.5%
6Harrison County, Indiana$108,0593.4%53.9%
7Miami County, Indiana$98,0383.1%56.9%
8Cass County, Indiana$93,4602.9%59.8%
9Jackson County, Indiana$88,0202.7%62.6%
10Fulton County, Indiana$78,4612.4%65.0%
11Franklin County, Indiana$64,5482.0%67.0%
12Kosciusko County, Indiana$63,3302.0%69.0%
13Parke County, Indiana$60,3671.9%70.9%
14Adams County, Indiana$58,4411.8%72.7%
15Switzerland County, Indiana$51,7701.6%74.3%
16Warren County, Indiana$47,3641.5%75.8%
17Madison County, Indiana$47,1811.5%77.3%
18Jasper County, Indiana$45,1521.4%78.7%
19White County, Indiana$44,5381.4%80.1%
20Carroll County, Indiana$41,5251.3%81.4%
21Lake County, Indiana$33,0381.0%82.4%
22Huntington County, Indiana$32,9291.0%83.4%
23Clay County, Indiana$32,5041.0%84.4%
24Rush County, Indiana$32,1831.0%85.4%
25Newton County, Indiana$29,3530.9%86.3%
26Clark County, Indiana$28,5290.9%87.2%
27Monroe County, Indiana$25,0060.8%88.0%
28Spencer County, Indiana$23,4570.7%88.7%
29Greene County, Indiana$20,2580.6%89.4%
30Daviess County, Indiana$20,1730.6%90.0%
31Knox County, Indiana$19,4050.6%90.6%
32Gibson County, Indiana$15,2990.5%91.1%
33Porter County, Indiana$15,1200.5%91.6%
34Vermillion County, Indiana$15,0570.5%92.0%
35Posey County, Indiana$14,5170.5%92.5%
36Crawford County, Indiana$14,1160.4%92.9%
37Scott County, Indiana$13,6090.4%93.3%
38Decatur County, Indiana$13,2170.4%93.8%
39Wayne County, Indiana$12,9890.4%94.2%
40Shelby County, Indiana$11,8750.4%94.5%
41Delaware County, Indiana$11,7520.4%94.9%
42Bartholomew County, Indiana$10,1710.3%95.2%
43Starke County, Indiana$10,1250.3%95.5%
44Whitley County, Indiana$10,1190.3%95.8%
45Boone County, Indiana$10,1020.3%96.2%
46Washington County, Indiana$9,3040.3%96.5%
47Hancock County, Indiana$9,2740.3%96.7%
48Montgomery County, Indiana$7,0250.2%97.0%
49Dearborn County, Indiana$6,9390.2%97.2%
50Jefferson County, Indiana$6,9170.2%97.4%
51Allen County, Indiana$6,5790.2%97.6%
52Orange County, Indiana$6,4920.2%97.8%
53Ripley County, Indiana$5,8070.2%98.0%
54Johnson County, Indiana$5,7370.2%98.2%
55Union County, Indiana$5,5890.2%98.3%
56Benton County, Indiana$5,2370.2%98.5%
57Pulaski County, Indiana$4,7380.1%98.6%
58Randolph County, Indiana$4,4480.1%98.8%
59Wabash County, Indiana$4,3510.1%98.9%
60Tippecanoe County, Indiana$3,6190.1%99.0%
61Elkhart County, Indiana$3,5100.1%99.1%
62Martin County, Indiana$3,2420.1%99.2%
63Vanderburgh County, Indiana$2,9930.1%99.3%
64Putnam County, Indiana$2,8570.1%99.4%
65Morgan County, Indiana$2,4070.1%99.5%
66Pike County, Indiana$2,3870.1%99.6%
67Howard County, Indiana$2,2150.1%99.6%
68Vigo County, Indiana$2,1480.1%99.7%
69Tipton County, Indiana$1,9040.1%99.8%
70Perry County, Indiana$1,6890.1%99.8%
71Henry County, Indiana$1,0880.0%99.9%
72Warrick County, Indiana$1,0630.0%99.9%
73Saint Joseph County, Indiana$1,0270.0%99.9%
74Clinton County, Indiana$8100.0%99.9%
75Hendricks County, Indiana$7220.0%100.0%
76Steuben County, Indiana$4990.0%100.0%
77Fayette County, Indiana$4400.0%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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