Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Mora County, New Mexico totaled $5.1 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Mora County, New Mexico Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Chaves County, New Mexico$33,943,95310.3%10.3%
2Union County, New Mexico$23,070,8487.0%17.4%
3Lea County, New Mexico$21,225,1476.5%23.8%
4Torrance County, New Mexico$19,271,6165.9%29.7%
5Quay County, New Mexico$18,976,2685.8%35.5%
6Eddy County, New Mexico$15,673,5754.8%40.3%
7DeBaca County, New Mexico$14,364,7944.4%44.6%
8Lincoln County, New Mexico$13,965,5564.3%48.9%
9Roosevelt County, New Mexico$13,441,0544.1%53.0%
10Harding County, New Mexico$13,111,4244.0%57.0%
11Guadalupe County, New Mexico$12,781,2263.9%60.9%
12Grant County, New Mexico$11,052,5543.4%64.3%
13Colfax County, New Mexico$10,141,8813.1%67.3%
14Otero County, New Mexico$9,478,7212.9%70.2%
15Socorro County, New Mexico$8,927,6422.7%73.0%
16Sierra County, New Mexico$8,741,5592.7%75.6%
17Luna County, New Mexico$7,829,4272.4%78.0%
18San Miguel County, New Mexico$7,719,8722.4%80.4%
19Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$7,663,1362.3%82.7%
20Curry County, New Mexico$7,491,3612.3%85.0%
21Catron County, New Mexico$7,246,6322.2%87.2%
22Hidalgo County, New Mexico$6,645,8322.0%89.2%
23McKinley County, New Mexico$6,482,7962.0%91.2%
24San Juan County, New Mexico$5,782,1681.8%92.9%
25Sandoval County, New Mexico$5,315,3001.6%94.6%
26Mora County, New Mexico$5,087,6241.6%96.1%
27Cibola County, New Mexico$4,746,9721.4%97.6%
28Dona Ana County, New Mexico$3,272,4731.0%98.6%
29Valencia County, New Mexico$2,215,1330.7%99.2%
30Taos County, New Mexico$1,099,7690.3%99.6%
31Santa Fe County, New Mexico$849,0130.3%99.8%
32Bernalillo County, New Mexico$579,2850.2%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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