Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Saint Clair County, Michigan totaled $5,405 in 2019

Counties in Saint Clair County, Michigan Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2019

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kalamazoo County, Michigan$159,75127.9%27.9%
2Saginaw County, Michigan$125,08021.8%49.7%
3Sanilac County, Michigan$117,33320.5%70.2%
4Ionia County, Michigan$61,29010.7%80.9%
5Ottawa County, Michigan$30,9605.4%86.3%
6Montcalm County, Michigan$18,7883.3%89.6%
7Lapeer County, Michigan$14,9072.6%92.2%
8Iosco County, Michigan$8,9681.6%93.8%
9Oscoda County, Michigan$8,1861.4%95.2%
10Hillsdale County, Michigan$6,8161.2%96.4%
11Saint Clair County, Michigan$5,4050.9%97.4%
12Delta County, Michigan$4,2970.8%98.1%
13Lenawee County, Michigan$3,7700.7%98.8%
14Oakland County, Michigan$1,7510.3%99.1%
15Marquette County, Michigan$1,3560.2%99.3%
16Arenac County, Michigan$9220.2%99.5%
17Ontonagon County, Michigan$8700.2%99.6%
18Baraga County, Michigan$7790.1%99.8%
19Roscommon County, Michigan$4170.1%99.8%
20Alpena County, Michigan$3770.1%99.9%
21Ogemaw County, Michigan$3580.1%100.0%
22Macomb County, Michigan$1990.0%100.0%
23Monroe County, Michigan$120.0%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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