Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in New Mexico totaled $1.4 million in 2011

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2011

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$441,66831.3%31.3%
2Torrance County, New Mexico$183,10613.0%44.2%
3Chaves County, New Mexico$180,47312.8%57.0%
4Sandoval County, New Mexico$81,8625.8%62.8%
5Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$64,7144.6%67.4%
6Union County, New Mexico$60,5924.3%71.7%
7Roosevelt County, New Mexico$55,9324.0%75.6%
8Sierra County, New Mexico$53,0323.8%79.4%
9Lea County, New Mexico$51,3693.6%83.0%
10DeBaca County, New Mexico$50,5533.6%86.6%
11Quay County, New Mexico$41,4782.9%89.6%
12Lincoln County, New Mexico$38,8662.8%92.3%
13Colfax County, New Mexico$21,0361.5%93.8%
14Socorro County, New Mexico$18,9521.3%95.1%
15Guadalupe County, New Mexico$18,2401.3%96.4%
16Harding County, New Mexico$16,4661.2%97.6%
17Eddy County, New Mexico$13,1350.9%98.5%
18Taos County, New Mexico$6,6580.5%99.0%
19Otero County, New Mexico$6,2370.4%99.4%
20Mora County, New Mexico$4,5180.3%99.8%
21Santa Fe County, New Mexico$1,7550.1%99.9%
22San Juan County, New Mexico$1,6710.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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