Price Loss Coverage - Barley payments in Kansas totaled $313,937 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Kansas Receiving Price Loss Coverage - Barley payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Price Loss Coverage - Barley
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Hamilton County, Kansas$32,89010.5%10.5%
2Greeley County, Kansas$22,8557.3%17.8%
3Kearny County, Kansas$21,4626.8%24.6%
4Hodgeman County, Kansas$20,0866.4%31.0%
5Lane County, Kansas$18,5495.9%36.9%
6Scott County, Kansas$15,4214.9%41.8%
7Stanton County, Kansas$13,6854.4%46.2%
8Ness County, Kansas$11,0363.5%49.7%
9Wichita County, Kansas$9,5523.0%52.7%
10Cheyenne County, Kansas$8,5042.7%55.4%
11Ford County, Kansas$8,0632.6%58.0%
12Kiowa County, Kansas$6,9942.2%60.2%
13Wallace County, Kansas$6,8482.2%62.4%
14Rawlins County, Kansas$6,6282.1%64.5%
15Grant County, Kansas$6,5192.1%66.6%
16Logan County, Kansas$6,0791.9%68.5%
17Seward County, Kansas$5,0931.6%70.2%
18Clark County, Kansas$4,5051.4%71.6%
19Morton County, Kansas$4,4571.4%73.0%
20Trego County, Kansas$4,3961.4%74.4%
21Finney County, Kansas$3,8981.2%75.7%
22Meade County, Kansas$3,8411.2%76.9%
23Gove County, Kansas$3,7381.2%78.1%
24Ellis County, Kansas$3,6431.2%79.2%
25Sherman County, Kansas$3,3581.1%80.3%
26Rooks County, Kansas$3,2731.0%81.3%
27Sheridan County, Kansas$3,2721.0%82.4%
28Pawnee County, Kansas$2,9180.9%83.3%
29Edwards County, Kansas$2,8840.9%84.2%
30Greenwood County, Kansas$2,7410.9%85.1%
31Stevens County, Kansas$2,5720.8%85.9%
32Barton County, Kansas$2,5280.8%86.7%
33Graham County, Kansas$2,5260.8%87.5%
34Cowley County, Kansas$2,5240.8%88.3%
35Rush County, Kansas$2,4040.8%89.1%
36McPherson County, Kansas$2,2280.7%89.8%
37Harvey County, Kansas$2,1870.7%90.5%
38Sumner County, Kansas$2,0420.7%91.2%
39Gray County, Kansas$1,9730.6%91.8%
40Reno County, Kansas$1,8300.6%92.4%
41Ellsworth County, Kansas$1,7290.6%92.9%
42Kingman County, Kansas$1,6030.5%93.4%
43Linn County, Kansas$1,4910.5%93.9%
44Thomas County, Kansas$1,3130.4%94.3%
45Russell County, Kansas$1,2490.4%94.7%
46Marion County, Kansas$1,2380.4%95.1%
47Smith County, Kansas$1,0620.3%95.5%
48Harper County, Kansas$1,0420.3%95.8%
49Bourbon County, Kansas$1,0060.3%96.1%
50Haskell County, Kansas$8480.3%96.4%
51Sedgwick County, Kansas$8400.3%96.7%
52Dickinson County, Kansas$8290.3%96.9%
53Decatur County, Kansas$7740.2%97.2%
54Morris County, Kansas$7600.2%97.4%
55Pratt County, Kansas$7360.2%97.6%
56Phillips County, Kansas$6090.2%97.8%
57Nemaha County, Kansas$5600.2%98.0%
58Norton County, Kansas$5110.2%98.2%
59Crawford County, Kansas$4950.2%98.3%
60Butler County, Kansas$4560.1%98.5%
61Coffey County, Kansas$4540.1%98.6%
62Stafford County, Kansas$4500.1%98.8%
63Montgomery County, Kansas$3960.1%98.9%
64Rice County, Kansas$3780.1%99.0%
65Osborne County, Kansas$3550.1%99.1%
66Anderson County, Kansas$2550.1%99.2%
67Wilson County, Kansas$2480.1%99.3%
68Douglas County, Kansas$2020.1%99.3%
69Mitchell County, Kansas$2020.1%99.4%
70Allen County, Kansas$1940.1%99.5%
71Wabaunsee County, Kansas$1910.1%99.5%
72Miami County, Kansas$1470.0%99.6%
73Chautauqua County, Kansas$1270.0%99.6%
74Barber County, Kansas$1190.0%99.7%
75Franklin County, Kansas$1110.0%99.7%
76Comanche County, Kansas$1060.0%99.7%
77Jewell County, Kansas$940.0%99.8%
78Jefferson County, Kansas$850.0%99.8%
79Leavenworth County, Kansas$840.0%99.8%
80Neosho County, Kansas$750.0%99.8%
81Elk County, Kansas$750.0%99.9%
82Osage County, Kansas$640.0%99.9%
83Ottawa County, Kansas$550.0%99.9%
84Labette County, Kansas$500.0%99.9%
85Lincoln County, Kansas$500.0%99.9%
86Woodson County, Kansas$420.0%99.9%
87Brown County, Kansas$380.0%100.0%
88Lyon County, Kansas$340.0%100.0%
89Saline County, Kansas$270.0%100.0%
90Pottawatomie County, Kansas$240.0%100.0%
91Jackson County, Kansas$200.0%100.0%
92Marshall County, Kansas$120.0%100.0%
93Riley County, Kansas$110.0%100.0%
94Washington County, Kansas$80.0%100.0%
95Clay County, Kansas$10.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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