Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in Monroe County, Iowa totaled $1.5 million in 2019

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 2019

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$125,015,58317.5%17.5%
2Texas$90,454,54512.6%30.1%
3Missouri$62,751,3878.8%38.8%
4Minnesota$53,563,0257.5%46.3%
5Oklahoma$50,585,4767.1%53.4%
6South Dakota$42,937,2606.0%59.4%
7Iowa$40,639,1475.7%65.1%
8North Dakota$29,050,4534.1%69.1%
9North Carolina$28,538,1094.0%73.1%
10Colorado$18,517,0552.6%75.7%
11Nebraska$17,638,9282.5%78.1%
12Montana$15,939,2412.2%80.4%
13Georgia$15,779,3492.2%82.6%
14Michigan$13,388,6141.9%84.4%
15Arkansas$12,772,1371.8%86.2%
16Louisiana$9,428,3071.3%87.5%
17Maryland$8,377,7431.2%88.7%
18Tennessee$7,903,1131.1%89.8%
19Kentucky$7,471,3201.0%90.9%
20Pennsylvania$7,237,3111.0%91.9%
21Illinois$6,044,9030.8%92.7%
22Mississippi$6,039,1560.8%93.5%
23Delaware$5,788,3050.8%94.4%
24Washington$4,753,9800.7%95.0%
25South Carolina$4,504,2950.6%95.6%
26Indiana$4,464,3010.6%96.3%
27Wisconsin$4,314,6580.6%96.9%
28California$3,867,5930.5%97.4%
29Ohio$3,829,7040.5%97.9%
30Virginia$3,614,9310.5%98.5%
31Idaho$3,342,7710.5%98.9%
32Oregon$1,976,9890.3%99.2%
33Alabama$1,349,1040.2%99.4%
34New Jersey$1,230,2140.2%99.6%
35New York$973,4260.1%99.7%
36New Mexico$793,3460.1%99.8%
37West Virginia$584,6740.1%99.9%
38Florida$372,1570.1%99.9%
39Connecticut$143,0680.0%100.0%
40Wyoming$82,7930.0%100.0%
41Nevada$51,8890.0%100.0%
42Utah$47,7180.0%100.0%
43Arizona$35,3560.0%100.0%
44Maine$35,3400.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$30,6590.0%100.0%
46Vermont$19,4270.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$5,3340.0%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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