Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in Montgomery County, Kansas totaled $960,637 in 2017

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 2017

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Nebraska$574,409,64415.1%15.1%
2Illinois$355,318,6329.3%24.4%
3Indiana$285,949,5997.5%31.9%
4Ohio$270,991,6467.1%39.0%
5Kansas$218,554,6875.7%44.8%
6Iowa$216,193,0345.7%50.5%
7Minnesota$207,040,7605.4%55.9%
8South Dakota$195,570,6645.1%61.0%
9North Dakota$189,411,7745.0%66.0%
10Michigan$149,617,8623.9%69.9%
11Missouri$85,364,9812.2%72.2%
12Texas$85,022,8522.2%74.4%
13Washington$84,450,2262.2%76.6%
14Kentucky$84,219,1762.2%78.9%
15Arkansas$79,314,7312.1%80.9%
16Mississippi$65,995,2851.7%82.7%
17North Carolina$63,121,3141.7%84.3%
18Tennessee$62,268,6271.6%86.0%
19Louisiana$58,452,3351.5%87.5%
20Wisconsin$55,134,3371.4%88.9%
21Colorado$48,293,5421.3%90.2%
22New York$46,131,9831.2%91.4%
23Pennsylvania$37,261,7601.0%92.4%
24Georgia$35,534,1130.9%93.3%
25Oklahoma$34,628,2280.9%94.2%
26Oregon$29,256,1950.8%95.0%
27Montana$27,971,7570.7%95.8%
28Maryland$27,610,1660.7%96.5%
29Virginia$25,513,9450.7%97.1%
30Idaho$25,513,4510.7%97.8%
31Alabama$21,425,5430.6%98.4%
32South Carolina$13,743,4210.4%98.7%
33California$11,922,2740.3%99.1%
34Delaware$10,008,9950.3%99.3%
35New Mexico$5,144,8390.1%99.5%
36New Jersey$4,590,8490.1%99.6%
37Utah$3,511,3960.1%99.7%
38Wyoming$3,365,1430.1%99.8%
39West Virginia$2,671,8860.1%99.8%
40Florida$1,823,5000.0%99.9%
41Maine$1,796,1120.0%99.9%
42Vermont$898,9870.0%99.9%
43Massachusetts$825,3970.0%100.0%
44New Hampshire$536,2730.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$354,7930.0%100.0%
46Nevada$299,1170.0%100.0%
47Arizona$114,9920.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$39,7440.0%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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