Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Maryland totaled $4.9 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Maryland Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
Pct of
1Frederick County, Maryland$1,723,22835.5%35.5%
2Washington County, Maryland$708,59814.6%50.1%
3Carroll County, Maryland$706,03014.5%64.6%
4Harford County, Maryland$337,0206.9%71.6%
5Baltimore County, Maryland$229,5764.7%76.3%
6Cecil County, Maryland$195,7634.0%80.3%
7Queen Anne's County, Maryland$175,1593.6%84.0%
8Montgomery County, Maryland$133,9972.8%86.7%
9Kent County, Maryland$129,7712.7%89.4%
10Howard County, Maryland$82,8441.7%91.1%
11Caroline County, Maryland$60,2731.2%92.3%
12Garrett County, Maryland$59,2931.2%93.6%
13Saint Mary's County, Maryland$53,2491.1%94.7%
14Wicomico County, Maryland$39,5480.8%95.5%
15Somerset County, Maryland$39,2650.8%96.3%
16Charles County, Maryland$37,4090.8%97.0%
17Allegany County, Maryland$35,0060.7%97.8%
18Dorchester County, Maryland$24,3960.5%98.3%
19Talbot County, Maryland$23,2370.5%98.7%
20Worcester County, Maryland$22,3030.5%99.2%
21Anne Arundel County, Maryland$16,2230.3%99.5%
22Prince George's County, Maryland$12,3510.3%99.8%
23Calvert County, Maryland$9,9100.2%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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