Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Johnson County, Kentucky totaled $0 in 2011

Counties in Johnson County, Kentucky Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2011

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Warren County, Kentucky$100,00019.8%19.8%
2Owen County, Kentucky$71,01914.1%33.9%
3Breckinridge County, Kentucky$67,35613.3%47.2%
4Hardin County, Kentucky$45,4399.0%56.2%
5Meade County, Kentucky$40,5568.0%64.2%
6Lincoln County, Kentucky$31,6626.3%70.5%
7Russell County, Kentucky$31,5656.2%76.7%
8Shelby County, Kentucky$21,3044.2%81.0%
9Hancock County, Kentucky$13,7462.7%83.7%
10Pulaski County, Kentucky$12,5982.5%86.2%
11Adair County, Kentucky$11,5632.3%88.5%
12Lewis County, Kentucky$8,5361.7%90.2%
13Madison County, Kentucky$8,0631.6%91.8%
14Carlisle County, Kentucky$7,0241.4%93.1%
15Clinton County, Kentucky$6,3561.3%94.4%
16Laurel County, Kentucky$5,4341.1%95.5%
17Henry County, Kentucky$5,3941.1%96.5%
18Wayne County, Kentucky$4,0570.8%97.3%
19Cumberland County, Kentucky$2,7020.5%97.9%
20Rockcastle County, Kentucky$1,9770.4%98.3%
21Hickman County, Kentucky$1,7970.4%98.6%
22Grayson County, Kentucky$1,4380.3%98.9%
23Knox County, Kentucky$1,2270.2%99.2%
24Casey County, Kentucky$1,1190.2%99.4%
25Greenup County, Kentucky$9550.2%99.6%
26Garrard County, Kentucky$7070.1%99.7%
27Whitley County, Kentucky$5640.1%99.8%
28Boone County, Kentucky$5160.1%99.9%
29Estill County, Kentucky$3960.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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