Loan Deficiency Payments in Barber County, Kansas totaled $7.2 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Barber County, Kansas Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Loan Deficiency Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Gray County, Kansas$45,236,2812.6%2.6%
2Haskell County, Kansas$44,299,3262.6%5.2%
3Finney County, Kansas$43,511,6412.5%7.7%
4Thomas County, Kansas$40,153,1602.3%10.0%
5Stevens County, Kansas$38,767,1792.2%12.3%
6Ford County, Kansas$36,008,8162.1%14.4%
7Sherman County, Kansas$35,537,5912.1%16.4%
8Sheridan County, Kansas$35,032,7622.0%18.5%
9Meade County, Kansas$33,588,0801.9%20.4%
10Brown County, Kansas$33,311,7851.9%22.4%
11Marshall County, Kansas$30,555,8781.8%24.1%
12Pratt County, Kansas$30,142,1791.7%25.9%
13Edwards County, Kansas$29,307,7121.7%27.6%
14Sumner County, Kansas$27,808,5271.6%29.2%
15Stanton County, Kansas$27,726,2391.6%30.8%
16Scott County, Kansas$27,166,9351.6%32.4%
17Stafford County, Kansas$27,115,8251.6%33.9%
18Reno County, Kansas$27,045,4441.6%35.5%
19McPherson County, Kansas$26,068,9321.5%37.0%
20Sedgwick County, Kansas$25,139,0941.5%38.5%
21Doniphan County, Kansas$24,909,5601.4%39.9%
22Republic County, Kansas$24,865,3481.4%41.4%
23Wichita County, Kansas$24,597,5381.4%42.8%
24Nemaha County, Kansas$24,516,0901.4%44.2%
25Seward County, Kansas$24,420,1041.4%45.6%
26Washington County, Kansas$23,173,7031.3%47.0%
27Kearny County, Kansas$22,689,4291.3%48.3%
28Rice County, Kansas$22,443,9881.3%49.6%
29Pawnee County, Kansas$21,910,8891.3%50.9%
30Grant County, Kansas$21,805,8201.3%52.1%
31Harvey County, Kansas$21,059,7541.2%53.4%
32Barton County, Kansas$20,949,5991.2%54.6%
33Mitchell County, Kansas$20,361,4761.2%55.8%
34Cheyenne County, Kansas$18,922,0691.1%56.8%
35Jewell County, Kansas$18,860,2381.1%57.9%
36Smith County, Kansas$18,788,3151.1%59.0%
37Dickinson County, Kansas$18,734,0761.1%60.1%
38Gove County, Kansas$18,621,1071.1%61.2%
39Cloud County, Kansas$18,563,7451.1%62.3%
40Greeley County, Kansas$18,056,2951.0%63.3%
41Rawlins County, Kansas$17,586,2971.0%64.3%
42Clay County, Kansas$17,449,6401.0%65.4%
43Wallace County, Kansas$16,596,7261.0%66.3%
44Marion County, Kansas$15,976,3260.9%67.2%
45Kiowa County, Kansas$15,409,2560.9%68.1%
46Decatur County, Kansas$15,330,9740.9%69.0%
47Logan County, Kansas$14,924,5210.9%69.9%
48Norton County, Kansas$14,502,3180.8%70.7%
49Atchison County, Kansas$14,492,4840.8%71.6%
50Butler County, Kansas$14,250,0610.8%72.4%
51Phillips County, Kansas$14,241,9290.8%73.2%
52Cherokee County, Kansas$13,821,8600.8%74.0%
53Kingman County, Kansas$13,644,3740.8%74.8%
54Osborne County, Kansas$13,560,1070.8%75.6%
55Lane County, Kansas$12,948,8840.8%76.4%
56Harper County, Kansas$12,575,3200.7%77.1%
57Hamilton County, Kansas$12,517,7180.7%77.8%
58Hodgeman County, Kansas$12,067,4150.7%78.5%
59Graham County, Kansas$11,822,2620.7%79.2%
60Saline County, Kansas$11,416,3250.7%79.9%
61Shawnee County, Kansas$11,388,6800.7%80.5%
62Pottawatomie County, Kansas$11,333,2530.7%81.2%
63Jefferson County, Kansas$11,181,4070.6%81.8%
64Ottawa County, Kansas$11,128,7130.6%82.5%
65Cowley County, Kansas$11,119,1800.6%83.1%
66Morton County, Kansas$11,086,8550.6%83.8%
67Anderson County, Kansas$11,074,1530.6%84.4%
68Crawford County, Kansas$10,989,9140.6%85.0%
69Lincoln County, Kansas$10,918,2880.6%85.7%
70Ness County, Kansas$10,651,3120.6%86.3%
71Osage County, Kansas$10,600,8860.6%86.9%
72Rooks County, Kansas$10,387,4950.6%87.5%
73Rush County, Kansas$10,371,4820.6%88.1%
74Wilson County, Kansas$9,801,1030.6%88.7%
75Coffey County, Kansas$9,714,9030.6%89.2%
76Franklin County, Kansas$9,531,1820.6%89.8%
77Trego County, Kansas$9,468,7150.5%90.3%
78Ellis County, Kansas$9,217,5440.5%90.9%
79Lyon County, Kansas$9,191,8830.5%91.4%
80Allen County, Kansas$9,012,3630.5%91.9%
81Ellsworth County, Kansas$8,915,4280.5%92.4%
82Russell County, Kansas$8,504,1460.5%92.9%
83Jackson County, Kansas$8,416,1540.5%93.4%
84Douglas County, Kansas$8,369,8230.5%93.9%
85Labette County, Kansas$8,345,6610.5%94.4%
86Neosho County, Kansas$8,279,1930.5%94.9%
87Barber County, Kansas$7,242,0520.4%95.3%
88Montgomery County, Kansas$7,056,7720.4%95.7%
89Riley County, Kansas$6,885,5680.4%96.1%
90Wabaunsee County, Kansas$6,750,6230.4%96.5%
91Morris County, Kansas$6,673,1320.4%96.9%
92Woodson County, Kansas$5,703,6800.3%97.2%
93Miami County, Kansas$5,668,7690.3%97.5%
94Leavenworth County, Kansas$5,398,8380.3%97.9%
95Linn County, Kansas$5,269,8990.3%98.2%
96Clark County, Kansas$5,042,4750.3%98.5%
97Johnson County, Kansas$4,803,5970.3%98.7%
98Comanche County, Kansas$3,748,9000.2%99.0%
99Geary County, Kansas$3,654,2790.2%99.2%
100Bourbon County, Kansas$3,597,0460.2%99.4%
101Chase County, Kansas$3,407,1580.2%99.6%
102Greenwood County, Kansas$3,239,6850.2%99.8%
103Elk County, Kansas$1,307,5340.1%99.8%
104$828,4440.0%99.9%
105Wyandotte County, Kansas$711,5600.0%99.9%
106Chautauqua County, Kansas$565,0880.0%100.0%
107$224,8720.0%100.0%
108$171,8360.0%100.0%
109$154,2140.0%100.0%
110$113,2990.0%100.0%
111$46,6520.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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