Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in Avery County, North Carolina totaled $686 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Nebraska$1,931,004,71312.0%12.0%
2Iowa$1,856,167,58311.5%23.5%
3Illinois$1,555,397,1619.7%33.2%
4Minnesota$1,368,174,2018.5%41.7%
5Kansas$1,050,173,0126.5%48.2%
6Indiana$1,029,431,1356.4%54.6%
7Ohio$960,066,0856.0%60.5%
8South Dakota$855,324,5995.3%65.8%
9North Dakota$851,985,2945.3%71.1%
10Michigan$522,480,8153.2%74.4%
11Wisconsin$502,988,1733.1%77.5%
12Texas$388,415,8842.4%79.9%
13Missouri$341,078,9512.1%82.0%
14Washington$307,108,2941.9%83.9%
15Oklahoma$231,998,4151.4%85.4%
16Kentucky$210,456,6391.3%86.7%
17Arkansas$206,870,0941.3%87.9%
18North Carolina$205,422,8421.3%89.2%
19Colorado$192,646,3881.2%90.4%
20Mississippi$176,749,5391.1%91.5%
21Louisiana$165,084,3101.0%92.5%
22New York$155,372,4161.0%93.5%
23Tennessee$126,679,8700.8%94.3%
24Montana$117,231,4280.7%95.0%
25Georgia$115,141,1770.7%95.7%
26Oregon$95,306,3170.6%96.3%
27Pennsylvania$91,270,8640.6%96.9%
28Idaho$90,940,1060.6%97.4%
29Virginia$67,854,1710.4%97.9%
30California$67,605,7070.4%98.3%
31South Carolina$63,631,9300.4%98.7%
32Maryland$58,109,8810.4%99.0%
33Alabama$43,432,8210.3%99.3%
34Delaware$23,794,2580.1%99.5%
35New Mexico$21,488,4270.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$11,684,0210.1%99.7%
37Utah$10,416,6830.1%99.7%
38Vermont$8,631,6130.1%99.8%
39Wyoming$7,328,2890.0%99.8%
40West Virginia$6,839,7740.0%99.9%
41Maine$6,772,8520.0%99.9%
42Florida$5,948,2810.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$2,741,6720.0%100.0%
44New Hampshire$1,845,3400.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$1,810,5200.0%100.0%
46Nevada$602,3940.0%100.0%
47Arizona$324,9550.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$111,7000.0%100.0%
49Alaska$12,7200.0%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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