Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Nebraska totaled $14.2 million in 2019

Counties in Nebraska Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2019

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Knox County, Nebraska$1,132,2568.0%8.0%
2Dawson County, Nebraska$944,0286.7%14.7%
3Custer County, Nebraska$912,8256.4%21.1%
4Boyd County, Nebraska$604,3534.3%25.4%
5Holt County, Nebraska$575,2414.1%29.4%
6Buffalo County, Nebraska$545,2343.8%33.3%
7Lincoln County, Nebraska$459,0173.2%36.5%
8Valley County, Nebraska$439,2033.1%39.6%
9Furnas County, Nebraska$430,7713.0%42.7%
10Frontier County, Nebraska$427,7543.0%45.7%
11Platte County, Nebraska$401,2322.8%48.5%
12Thayer County, Nebraska$363,0702.6%51.1%
13Box Butte County, Nebraska$348,8502.5%53.5%
14Antelope County, Nebraska$300,8992.1%55.7%
15Brown County, Nebraska$291,8312.1%57.7%
16Red Willow County, Nebraska$278,5072.0%59.7%
17Phelps County, Nebraska$272,4681.9%61.6%
18Sheridan County, Nebraska$267,8441.9%63.5%
19Sherman County, Nebraska$238,6271.7%65.2%
20Cherry County, Nebraska$229,7511.6%66.8%
21Morrill County, Nebraska$218,8921.5%68.4%
22Gosper County, Nebraska$194,9801.4%69.7%
23Wheeler County, Nebraska$192,3451.4%71.1%
24Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska$173,4421.2%72.3%
25Dawes County, Nebraska$161,5051.1%73.5%
26Harlan County, Nebraska$158,2311.1%74.6%
27York County, Nebraska$149,7811.1%75.6%
28Dodge County, Nebraska$148,5841.0%76.7%
29Howard County, Nebraska$147,0931.0%77.7%
30Hall County, Nebraska$138,1821.0%78.7%
31Nuckolls County, Nebraska$136,1411.0%79.7%
32Blaine County, Nebraska$128,0530.9%80.6%
33Cheyenne County, Nebraska$121,7450.9%81.4%
34Logan County, Nebraska$118,5700.8%82.3%
35Colfax County, Nebraska$116,5570.8%83.1%
36Boone County, Nebraska$111,6970.8%83.9%
37Jefferson County, Nebraska$109,7030.8%84.6%
38Garden County, Nebraska$104,8980.7%85.4%
39Cuming County, Nebraska$100,5700.7%86.1%
40Saunders County, Nebraska$97,7400.7%86.8%
41Seward County, Nebraska$97,0820.7%87.5%
42Polk County, Nebraska$95,4190.7%88.1%
43Richardson County, Nebraska$89,8400.6%88.8%
44Stanton County, Nebraska$85,3160.6%89.4%
45Franklin County, Nebraska$82,5670.6%90.0%
46Cedar County, Nebraska$81,1690.6%90.5%
47Madison County, Nebraska$77,4430.5%91.1%
48Greeley County, Nebraska$75,8080.5%91.6%
49Gage County, Nebraska$73,8700.5%92.1%
50McPherson County, Nebraska$73,4230.5%92.7%
51Adams County, Nebraska$71,4320.5%93.2%
52Nance County, Nebraska$69,6990.5%93.6%
53Keya Paha County, Nebraska$66,3110.5%94.1%
54Saline County, Nebraska$64,0540.5%94.6%
55Pierce County, Nebraska$53,4660.4%94.9%
56Otoe County, Nebraska$51,8750.4%95.3%
57Pawnee County, Nebraska$49,1030.3%95.7%
58Wayne County, Nebraska$46,0270.3%96.0%
59Hayes County, Nebraska$45,1710.3%96.3%
60Lancaster County, Nebraska$43,0180.3%96.6%
61Hitchcock County, Nebraska$42,1580.3%96.9%
62Garfield County, Nebraska$40,7290.3%97.2%
63Butler County, Nebraska$39,8810.3%97.5%
64Hamilton County, Nebraska$37,3140.3%97.7%
65Arthur County, Nebraska$28,2880.2%97.9%
66Sioux County, Nebraska$27,4730.2%98.1%
67Nemaha County, Nebraska$25,9360.2%98.3%
68Johnson County, Nebraska$24,3420.2%98.5%
69Loup County, Nebraska$23,5640.2%98.7%
70Rock County, Nebraska$23,4870.2%98.8%
71Dixon County, Nebraska$20,4900.1%99.0%
72Dakota County, Nebraska$19,6470.1%99.1%
73Merrick County, Nebraska$15,9270.1%99.2%
74Banner County, Nebraska$15,4870.1%99.3%
75Thurston County, Nebraska$14,5250.1%99.4%
76Douglas County, Nebraska$14,3490.1%99.5%
77Thomas County, Nebraska$12,9290.1%99.6%
78Chase County, Nebraska$11,0640.1%99.7%
79Webster County, Nebraska$9,7680.1%99.8%
80Keith County, Nebraska$6,3760.0%99.8%
81Kearney County, Nebraska$6,2160.0%99.9%
82Fillmore County, Nebraska$5,3280.0%99.9%
83Perkins County, Nebraska$3,8620.0%99.9%
84Washington County, Nebraska$3,0990.0%99.9%
85Cass County, Nebraska$3,0980.0%100.0%
86Dundy County, Nebraska$2,2130.0%100.0%
87Grant County, Nebraska$1,7760.0%100.0%
88Deuel County, Nebraska$1,3280.0%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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