Emergency Livestock Assistance Program (ELAP) payments in North Carolina totaled $3.8 million from 1995-2021.

Counties in North Carolina Receiving Emergency Livestock Assistance Program (ELAP) payments, 1995-2021

Rank County Emergency Livestock Assistance Program (ELAP)
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Sampson County, North Carolina$882,63223.3%23.3%
2Onslow County, North Carolina$467,08412.3%35.6%
3Washington County, North Carolina$253,4316.7%42.3%
4Macon County, North Carolina$226,1076.0%48.2%
5Cherokee County, North Carolina$189,6915.0%53.2%
6Bladen County, North Carolina$187,0764.9%58.2%
7Duplin County, North Carolina$178,1624.7%62.9%
8Haywood County, North Carolina$176,5694.7%67.5%
9Orange County, North Carolina$152,2604.0%71.5%
10Iredell County, North Carolina$129,4143.4%74.9%
11Wayne County, North Carolina$101,6712.7%77.6%
12Pender County, North Carolina$89,4562.4%80.0%
13Graham County, North Carolina$73,6821.9%81.9%
14Jones County, North Carolina$68,0371.8%83.7%
15Surry County, North Carolina$66,6941.8%85.5%
16Yadkin County, North Carolina$59,7621.6%87.1%
17Cumberland County, North Carolina$33,9400.9%88.0%
18Swain County, North Carolina$32,5080.9%88.8%
19New Hanover County, North Carolina$28,0340.7%89.5%
20Yancey County, North Carolina$26,8540.7%90.3%
21Mitchell County, North Carolina$24,9730.7%90.9%
22Watauga County, North Carolina$24,1330.6%91.6%
23Columbus County, North Carolina$21,8630.6%92.1%
24Alexander County, North Carolina$21,7410.6%92.7%
25Harnett County, North Carolina$19,9290.5%93.2%
26Johnston County, North Carolina$19,8310.5%93.7%
27Robeson County, North Carolina$19,5240.5%94.3%
28Clay County, North Carolina$17,7700.5%94.7%
29Wilson County, North Carolina$16,2770.4%95.2%
30Lenoir County, North Carolina$15,5950.4%95.6%
31McDowell County, North Carolina$14,5590.4%96.0%
32Transylvania County, North Carolina$13,3560.4%96.3%
33Craven County, North Carolina$12,7560.3%96.6%
34Madison County, North Carolina$11,9470.3%97.0%
35Henderson County, North Carolina$11,5920.3%97.3%
36Person County, North Carolina$9,4240.2%97.5%
37Avery County, North Carolina$7,8050.2%97.7%
38Chatham County, North Carolina$7,7520.2%97.9%
39Wilkes County, North Carolina$7,7450.2%98.1%
40Burke County, North Carolina$7,2540.2%98.3%
41Cleveland County, North Carolina$6,7430.2%98.5%
42Davie County, North Carolina$6,3210.2%98.7%
43Buncombe County, North Carolina$5,7810.2%98.8%
44Catawba County, North Carolina$4,9440.1%98.9%
45Pamlico County, North Carolina$4,8820.1%99.1%
46Gaston County, North Carolina$4,5000.1%99.2%
47Edgecombe County, North Carolina$4,4410.1%99.3%
48Tyrrell County, North Carolina$3,4360.1%99.4%
49Jackson County, North Carolina$2,5030.1%99.5%
50Perquimans County, North Carolina$2,4960.1%99.5%
51Ashe County, North Carolina$2,3790.1%99.6%
52Carteret County, North Carolina$2,1270.1%99.7%
53Polk County, North Carolina$1,8450.0%99.7%
54Beaufort County, North Carolina$1,8040.0%99.7%
55Chowan County, North Carolina$1,7380.0%99.8%
56Rockingham County, North Carolina$1,5250.0%99.8%
57Caswell County, North Carolina$1,2920.0%99.9%
58Mecklenburg County, North Carolina$1,2600.0%99.9%
59Rutherford County, North Carolina$1,0280.0%99.9%
60Davidson County, North Carolina$8150.0%100.0%
61Gates County, North Carolina$5880.0%100.0%
62Greene County, North Carolina$5180.0%100.0%
63Stanly County, North Carolina$3540.0%100.0%
64Alamance County, North Carolina$1540.0%100.0%
65Alleghany County, North Carolina$1200.0%100.0%
66Caldwell County, North Carolina$930.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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