Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Clinton County, Missouri totaled $498,060 in 2018

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 2018

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$364,550,89217.6%17.6%
2Arkansas$259,964,30112.6%30.2%
3Kansas$145,636,3867.0%37.2%
4Georgia$142,272,5676.9%44.1%
5Montana$133,220,7476.4%50.5%
6North Dakota$132,036,0966.4%56.9%
7Missouri$114,897,2195.5%62.4%
8Louisiana$89,253,6564.3%66.7%
9Oklahoma$72,903,2293.5%70.3%
10California$67,812,2903.3%73.5%
11Colorado$64,658,2473.1%76.7%
12Idaho$60,724,1992.9%79.6%
13Mississippi$57,886,5692.8%82.4%
14Nebraska$51,346,3572.5%84.9%
15South Dakota$39,727,1151.9%86.8%
16Alabama$35,253,6301.7%88.5%
17North Carolina$25,167,9611.2%89.7%
18Illinois$21,690,8341.0%90.8%
19Florida$18,189,2600.9%91.6%
20New Mexico$17,469,0960.8%92.5%
21Iowa$15,883,7590.8%93.3%
22South Carolina$15,163,8140.7%94.0%
23Virginia$14,686,0120.7%94.7%
24Minnesota$13,708,9220.7%95.4%
25Washington$11,914,0920.6%95.9%
26Arizona$11,661,0200.6%96.5%
27Ohio$9,585,0950.5%97.0%
28Indiana$7,755,6300.4%97.3%
29Wyoming$7,166,6190.3%97.7%
30Oregon$7,066,7160.3%98.0%
31Utah$6,875,8730.3%98.4%
32Michigan$6,755,3330.3%98.7%
33Kentucky$6,587,7130.3%99.0%
34Wisconsin$5,137,0550.2%99.2%
35Tennessee$4,470,3410.2%99.5%
36Maryland$4,193,8030.2%99.7%
37Pennsylvania$2,900,6650.1%99.8%
38Delaware$1,364,4980.1%99.9%
39New York$998,5230.0%99.9%
40Nevada$585,6910.0%99.9%
41Maine$323,3830.0%100.0%
42New Jersey$251,0510.0%100.0%
43Alaska$201,3220.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$167,3400.0%100.0%
45West Virginia$54,7930.0%100.0%
46Vermont$48,6610.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$45,3670.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$10,7330.0%100.0%
49Massachusetts$9,4220.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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