Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in Harper County, Kansas totaled $204,280 in 2018

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 2018

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$157,802,05814.2%14.2%
2North Dakota$153,688,94013.8%28.0%
3Kansas$146,876,98613.2%41.2%
4Nebraska$71,508,7486.4%47.6%
5Michigan$60,436,0765.4%53.0%
6Ohio$57,638,6755.2%58.2%
7Indiana$50,361,3004.5%62.7%
8Illinois$43,413,3563.9%66.6%
9Montana$30,170,7732.7%69.3%
10Minnesota$29,858,3302.7%72.0%
11Iowa$28,776,0942.6%74.6%
12Washington$28,193,5272.5%77.1%
13California$27,502,9312.5%79.6%
14Texas$27,474,2992.5%82.1%
15Oklahoma$26,390,0092.4%84.5%
16Idaho$20,765,6421.9%86.3%
17Arkansas$20,730,8011.9%88.2%
18Wisconsin$15,276,9831.4%89.6%
19North Carolina$10,236,9300.9%90.5%
20Virginia$10,072,9870.9%91.4%
21Oregon$9,753,0880.9%92.3%
22Kentucky$9,714,8950.9%93.1%
23Colorado$9,689,4350.9%94.0%
24Georgia$9,154,0100.8%94.8%
25Tennessee$8,863,4740.8%95.6%
26Missouri$8,018,6380.7%96.3%
27New York$7,353,5380.7%97.0%
28Louisiana$7,298,1420.7%97.7%
29Mississippi$6,069,3070.5%98.2%
30New Mexico$3,479,2980.3%98.5%
31South Carolina$3,271,7310.3%98.8%
32Pennsylvania$3,108,2820.3%99.1%
33Alabama$2,594,6040.2%99.3%
34Maryland$1,814,9880.2%99.5%
35Maine$1,436,6780.1%99.6%
36Vermont$1,249,7170.1%99.7%
37Florida$680,4400.1%99.8%
38Delaware$516,1520.0%99.8%
39Wyoming$453,7900.0%99.9%
40West Virginia$395,6840.0%99.9%
41Utah$253,8990.0%99.9%
42New Jersey$226,7830.0%99.9%
43New Hampshire$197,2750.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$179,1110.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$154,7060.0%100.0%
46Nevada$54,7160.0%100.0%
47Arizona$8,0640.0%100.0%
48Alaska$2,7120.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$170.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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