Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Pike County, Indiana totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 2020

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Louisiana$4,762,57223.5%23.5%
2Texas$4,462,35622.1%45.6%
3Arkansas$1,727,8198.5%54.2%
4California$1,275,2916.3%60.5%
5Georgia$1,000,3354.9%65.4%
6Idaho$829,2634.1%69.5%
7Florida$749,5423.7%73.2%
8Montana$675,5593.3%76.6%
9Arizona$611,5943.0%79.6%
10South Carolina$556,2782.8%82.3%
11Missouri$470,3392.3%84.7%
12Colorado$391,0011.9%86.6%
13North Carolina$294,9441.5%88.0%
14Kansas$280,5771.4%89.4%
15Alabama$275,5141.4%90.8%
16New Mexico$274,3971.4%92.2%
17Mississippi$273,8191.4%93.5%
18Michigan$256,7711.3%94.8%
19North Dakota$256,2011.3%96.0%
20Oklahoma$168,3750.8%96.9%
21Nebraska$119,9770.6%97.5%
22Washington$111,6650.6%98.0%
23Oregon$89,7450.4%98.5%
24Tennessee$73,2900.4%98.8%
25Delaware$52,4470.3%99.1%
26Minnesota$24,5560.1%99.2%
27Virginia$23,8440.1%99.3%
28Kentucky$22,5450.1%99.4%
29Wyoming$21,4250.1%99.5%
30Illinois$19,3710.1%99.6%
31South Dakota$18,6830.1%99.7%
32Iowa$15,9640.1%99.8%
33Ohio$8,1190.0%99.8%
34Utah$7,4390.0%99.9%
35Wisconsin$6,9780.0%99.9%
36Maryland$6,6460.0%100.0%
37Indiana$4,5130.0%100.0%
38Pennsylvania$1,7420.0%100.0%
39New York$1,5260.0%100.0%
40West Virginia$6930.0%100.0%
41Connecticut$5670.0%100.0%
42Maine$2860.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$640.0%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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