Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Sheridan County, Kansas totaled $42.9 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$5,638,627,31416.5%16.5%
2Oklahoma$2,701,940,8877.9%24.5%
3North Dakota$2,170,500,5926.4%30.8%
4Kansas$2,012,676,3625.9%36.7%
5South Dakota$1,722,666,0625.1%41.8%
6Nebraska$1,440,491,9304.2%46.0%
7Florida$1,409,751,0944.1%50.2%
8California$1,252,338,5213.7%53.8%
9Georgia$1,197,773,2743.5%57.3%
10Missouri$1,048,632,0763.1%60.4%
11Colorado$974,024,4842.9%63.3%
12Montana$968,504,6642.8%66.1%
13North Carolina$841,795,0392.5%68.6%
14Minnesota$837,311,1892.5%71.0%
15Iowa$808,141,1252.4%73.4%
16Arkansas$781,604,4742.3%75.7%
17Alabama$634,861,5921.9%77.6%
18New Mexico$621,880,6971.8%79.4%
19Mississippi$464,813,2881.4%80.8%
20Illinois$459,149,6281.3%82.1%
21Ohio$431,049,1251.3%83.4%
22Michigan$397,541,1471.2%84.5%
23Wisconsin$390,399,6821.1%85.7%
24Wyoming$381,243,9141.1%86.8%
25Louisiana$375,704,5351.1%87.9%
26Indiana$366,780,7831.1%89.0%
27Washington$363,669,1881.1%90.0%
28Tennessee$353,361,9741.0%91.1%
29Oregon$348,023,7851.0%92.1%
30South Carolina$331,163,7081.0%93.1%
31Kentucky$325,925,4111.0%94.0%
32Idaho$319,082,4130.9%95.0%
33Virginia$282,719,7870.8%95.8%
34Utah$246,749,1140.7%96.5%
35New York$219,910,2720.6%97.2%
36Arizona$171,270,9640.5%97.7%
37Pennsylvania$160,455,5550.5%98.1%
38Nevada$124,611,7640.4%98.5%
39Hawaii$107,902,3630.3%98.8%
40Maryland$70,529,5270.2%99.0%
41New Jersey$63,775,8890.2%99.2%
42Massachusetts$60,443,5700.2%99.4%
43Vermont$53,883,9620.2%99.6%
44Connecticut$40,885,9940.1%99.7%
45Maine$38,109,7600.1%99.8%
46West Virginia$26,032,5870.1%99.9%
47Delaware$24,992,6790.1%99.9%
48New Hampshire$9,395,6660.0%100.0%
49Alaska$7,195,4700.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$5,108,2550.0%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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