Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Carlisle County, Kentucky totaled $0 in 2016

Counties in Carlisle County, Kentucky Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2016

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Whitley County, Kentucky$59,75140.9%40.9%
2McCreary County, Kentucky$38,12726.1%66.9%
3Edmonson County, Kentucky$16,76111.5%78.4%
4Garrard County, Kentucky$9,4856.5%84.9%
5Adair County, Kentucky$7,4915.1%90.0%
6Hart County, Kentucky$7,0904.8%94.9%
7Green County, Kentucky$4,1412.8%97.7%
8Christian County, Kentucky$3,4072.3%100.0%
9Nicholas County, Kentucky$2,9792.0%102.1%
10Russell County, Kentucky$1,8051.2%103.3%
11Hardin County, Kentucky$1,4741.0%104.3%
12Nelson County, Kentucky$1,0970.8%105.1%
13Mason County, Kentucky$1,0110.7%105.7%
14Cumberland County, Kentucky$7130.5%106.2%
15Barren County, Kentucky$6860.5%106.7%
16Shelby County, Kentucky$3890.3%107.0%
17Owen County, Kentucky$2470.2%107.1%
18Henderson County, Kentucky$1890.1%107.3%
19Wayne County, Kentucky$1320.1%107.4%
20Menifee County, Kentucky$1310.1%107.4%
21Fleming County, Kentucky$1130.1%107.5%
22Laurel County, Kentucky$1020.1%107.6%
23Taylor County, Kentucky$960.1%107.7%
24Daviess County, Kentucky$680.0%107.7%
25Carter County, Kentucky$510.0%107.7%
26Allen County, Kentucky$430.0%107.8%
27Muhlenberg County, Kentucky$170.0%107.8%
28Montgomery County, Kentucky$90.0%107.8%
29Logan County, Kentucky$-11,387-7.8%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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