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

States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2016

Rank State Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$79,422,48319.4%19.4%
2California$46,532,99811.4%30.8%
3Oklahoma$46,345,98211.3%42.2%
4Oregon$27,586,8386.8%48.9%
5Alabama$26,879,4286.6%55.5%
6Georgia$26,332,4446.4%62.0%
7South Dakota$20,976,3085.1%67.1%
8Mississippi$18,710,3464.6%71.7%
9Louisiana$15,281,1153.7%75.4%
10Idaho$14,910,7953.7%79.1%
11Montana$12,423,2743.0%82.1%
12Nevada$9,417,7852.3%84.4%
13Washington$9,185,7422.2%86.7%
14Arkansas$8,927,5082.2%88.9%
15Wyoming$8,442,1412.1%90.9%
16Tennessee$5,780,8851.4%92.3%
17Utah$5,412,6381.3%93.7%
18Florida$3,240,9860.8%94.5%
19Kansas$3,210,3260.8%95.3%
20Arizona$3,158,7690.8%96.0%
21Hawaii$2,358,7920.6%96.6%
22South Carolina$2,188,3300.5%97.1%
23New Mexico$1,561,8890.4%97.5%
24Minnesota$1,442,9470.4%97.9%
25North Dakota$1,413,3840.3%98.2%
26Nebraska$1,282,1860.3%98.5%
27North Carolina$1,213,3900.3%98.8%
28New York$1,163,5540.3%99.1%
29Massachusetts$493,6270.1%99.2%
30Wisconsin$489,2050.1%99.4%
31Pennsylvania$415,3560.1%99.5%
32Iowa$401,7510.1%99.6%
33Colorado$379,8010.1%99.7%
34Missouri$319,9260.1%99.7%
35Ohio$236,4700.1%99.8%
36Michigan$174,3130.0%99.8%
37Indiana$163,5730.0%99.9%
38Kentucky$146,2180.0%99.9%
39Illinois$99,4460.0%99.9%
40New Hampshire$88,5450.0%100.0%
41Maryland$65,7390.0%100.0%
42Virginia$43,1480.0%100.0%
43New Jersey$39,3870.0%100.0%
44West Virginia$24,1070.0%100.0%
45Maine$18,7140.0%100.0%
46Vermont$1,3240.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$610.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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