Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs payments in New Mexico totaled $90.8 million from 1995-2021.

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs payments, 1995-2021

Rank County Livestock Disaster and Emergency Programs
Pct of
1Chaves County, New Mexico$8,859,9439.8%9.8%
2Lea County, New Mexico$6,646,2597.3%17.1%
3Quay County, New Mexico$6,570,4597.2%24.3%
4Roosevelt County, New Mexico$5,827,0096.4%30.7%
5Torrance County, New Mexico$5,549,0176.1%36.8%
6DeBaca County, New Mexico$4,669,2545.1%42.0%
7Guadalupe County, New Mexico$4,045,2984.5%46.4%
8Eddy County, New Mexico$3,973,9374.4%50.8%
9Lincoln County, New Mexico$3,928,4704.3%55.1%
10Union County, New Mexico$3,705,3524.1%59.2%
11Harding County, New Mexico$3,171,4563.5%62.7%
12Socorro County, New Mexico$3,156,2963.5%66.2%
13Sierra County, New Mexico$2,784,2483.1%69.2%
14Grant County, New Mexico$2,734,5383.0%72.2%
15Hidalgo County, New Mexico$2,620,3772.9%75.1%
16Curry County, New Mexico$2,427,5982.7%77.8%
17Luna County, New Mexico$2,277,4402.5%80.3%
18Colfax County, New Mexico$1,969,2082.2%82.5%
19San Miguel County, New Mexico$1,920,6232.1%84.6%
20Catron County, New Mexico$1,728,4171.9%86.5%
21Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$1,637,5511.8%88.3%
22McKinley County, New Mexico$1,637,0391.8%90.1%
23San Juan County, New Mexico$1,549,9451.7%91.8%
24Dona Ana County, New Mexico$1,326,5681.5%93.3%
25Otero County, New Mexico$1,320,8371.5%94.7%
26Mora County, New Mexico$1,213,7341.3%96.0%
27Sandoval County, New Mexico$1,209,8061.3%97.4%
28Cibola County, New Mexico$773,5030.9%98.2%
29Valencia County, New Mexico$625,9060.7%98.9%
30Santa Fe County, New Mexico$600,5820.7%99.6%
31Taos County, New Mexico$219,9930.2%99.8%
32Bernalillo County, New Mexico$158,9910.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.


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