Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in New Mexico totaled $7.3 million in 2019

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2019

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
Pct of
1Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$897,11112.2%12.2%
2Chaves County, New Mexico$601,9788.2%20.4%
3Colfax County, New Mexico$536,1807.3%27.8%
4Socorro County, New Mexico$437,7826.0%33.7%
5Otero County, New Mexico$414,0105.6%39.4%
6Eddy County, New Mexico$390,9385.3%44.7%
7Sandoval County, New Mexico$383,5165.2%49.9%
8Union County, New Mexico$350,2524.8%54.7%
9Catron County, New Mexico$346,9424.7%59.4%
10San Miguel County, New Mexico$314,9344.3%63.7%
11Roosevelt County, New Mexico$273,3363.7%67.5%
12San Juan County, New Mexico$272,2253.7%71.2%
13Guadalupe County, New Mexico$231,5123.2%74.3%
14Cibola County, New Mexico$227,0593.1%77.4%
15Quay County, New Mexico$222,4853.0%80.5%
16Sierra County, New Mexico$220,3793.0%83.5%
17McKinley County, New Mexico$219,4023.0%86.5%
18Lincoln County, New Mexico$208,0612.8%89.3%
19Mora County, New Mexico$206,7902.8%92.1%
20Taos County, New Mexico$162,4192.2%94.3%
21Torrance County, New Mexico$105,6911.4%95.8%
22Curry County, New Mexico$96,6141.3%97.1%
23Lea County, New Mexico$76,5111.0%98.1%
24Santa Fe County, New Mexico$53,6220.7%98.9%
25Dona Ana County, New Mexico$51,0440.7%99.6%
26Harding County, New Mexico$13,4840.2%99.7%
27DeBaca County, New Mexico$8,0040.1%99.9%
28Hidalgo County, New Mexico$6,8800.1%99.9%
29Grant County, New Mexico$2,9900.0%100.0%
30Valencia County, New Mexico$9490.0%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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