Price Loss Coverage - Wheat payments in North Carolina totaled $2.3 million in 2018

Counties in North Carolina Receiving Price Loss Coverage - Wheat payments, 2018

Rank County Price Loss Coverage - Wheat
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wayne County, North Carolina$206,3109.1%9.1%
2Union County, North Carolina$200,2658.8%17.9%
3Sampson County, North Carolina$187,4888.2%26.1%
4Rowan County, North Carolina$145,6666.4%32.5%
5Yadkin County, North Carolina$118,1245.2%37.7%
6Iredell County, North Carolina$106,2154.7%42.3%
7Nash County, North Carolina$104,5294.6%46.9%
8Duplin County, North Carolina$91,0244.0%50.9%
9Beaufort County, North Carolina$83,2723.7%54.6%
10Guilford County, North Carolina$80,2533.5%58.1%
11Davie County, North Carolina$69,3123.0%61.1%
12Cumberland County, North Carolina$63,1242.8%63.9%
13Pasquotank County, North Carolina$57,4152.5%66.4%
14Tyrrell County, North Carolina$56,3982.5%68.9%
15Harnett County, North Carolina$49,3982.2%71.1%
16Person County, North Carolina$46,8762.1%73.1%
17Lincoln County, North Carolina$42,7751.9%75.0%
18Stanly County, North Carolina$41,7651.8%76.8%
19Hyde County, North Carolina$38,3211.7%78.5%
20Cabarrus County, North Carolina$36,8171.6%80.1%
21Davidson County, North Carolina$36,3391.6%81.7%
22Catawba County, North Carolina$33,7151.5%83.2%
23Greene County, North Carolina$33,7031.5%84.7%
24Rockingham County, North Carolina$30,9841.4%86.1%
25Randolph County, North Carolina$28,2331.2%87.3%
26Robeson County, North Carolina$24,4621.1%88.4%
27Johnston County, North Carolina$21,1910.9%89.3%
28Currituck County, North Carolina$18,9220.8%90.1%
29Granville County, North Carolina$17,2040.8%90.9%
30Pender County, North Carolina$16,4610.7%91.6%
31Wilson County, North Carolina$16,4260.7%92.3%
32Vance County, North Carolina$14,6040.6%93.0%
33Lenoir County, North Carolina$13,0770.6%93.5%
34Alamance County, North Carolina$11,9260.5%94.1%
35Camden County, North Carolina$10,9690.5%94.6%
36Columbus County, North Carolina$9,7800.4%95.0%
37Hoke County, North Carolina$9,3130.4%95.4%
38Alexander County, North Carolina$9,2860.4%95.8%
39Gaston County, North Carolina$9,1100.4%96.2%
40Halifax County, North Carolina$8,9140.4%96.6%
41Pitt County, North Carolina$8,8180.4%97.0%
42Washington County, North Carolina$8,5670.4%97.4%
43Orange County, North Carolina$8,2510.4%97.7%
44Craven County, North Carolina$7,6860.3%98.1%
45Bladen County, North Carolina$5,4180.2%98.3%
46Mecklenburg County, North Carolina$5,2460.2%98.5%
47Anson County, North Carolina$4,5110.2%98.7%
48Franklin County, North Carolina$3,0510.1%98.9%
49Northampton County, North Carolina$3,0200.1%99.0%
50Caldwell County, North Carolina$2,6370.1%99.1%
51Forsyth County, North Carolina$2,5590.1%99.2%
52Wake County, North Carolina$2,0970.1%99.3%
53Jones County, North Carolina$2,0140.1%99.4%
54Burke County, North Carolina$1,9230.1%99.5%
55Warren County, North Carolina$1,7850.1%99.6%
56Caswell County, North Carolina$1,1130.0%99.6%
57McDowell County, North Carolina$1,0640.0%99.7%
58Martin County, North Carolina$1,0200.0%99.7%
59Brunswick County, North Carolina$8950.0%99.7%
60Scotland County, North Carolina$8220.0%99.8%
61Carteret County, North Carolina$8110.0%99.8%
62Wilkes County, North Carolina$7090.0%99.8%
63Hertford County, North Carolina$5510.0%99.9%
64Chatham County, North Carolina$4770.0%99.9%
65Durham County, North Carolina$4690.0%99.9%
66Pamlico County, North Carolina$4170.0%99.9%
67Chowan County, North Carolina$2990.0%99.9%
68Stokes County, North Carolina$2810.0%99.9%
69Edgecombe County, North Carolina$2130.0%100.0%
70Richmond County, North Carolina$1630.0%100.0%
71Cleveland County, North Carolina$1520.0%100.0%
72Onslow County, North Carolina$1390.0%100.0%
73Rutherford County, North Carolina$1310.0%100.0%
74Cherokee County, North Carolina$1150.0%100.0%
75Bertie County, North Carolina$1100.0%100.0%
76Polk County, North Carolina$1080.0%100.0%
77Surry County, North Carolina$660.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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