Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Chowan County, North Carolina totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2020

Rank State Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$52,041,88938.2%38.2%
2Florida$14,616,95710.7%48.9%
3Georgia$11,349,3308.3%57.2%
4Alabama$9,197,9416.7%63.9%
5Oklahoma$4,638,1583.4%67.3%
6Utah$4,054,7403.0%70.3%
7California$3,246,9692.4%72.7%
8North Dakota$3,130,6042.3%75.0%
9Michigan$2,999,7892.2%77.2%
10New Mexico$2,927,1512.1%79.3%
11Arizona$2,681,0022.0%81.3%
12South Dakota$2,642,8901.9%83.2%
13South Carolina$2,568,4041.9%85.1%
14Oregon$2,527,5401.9%87.0%
15Hawaii$2,186,4191.6%88.6%
16Nebraska$2,050,5561.5%90.1%
17Washington$1,933,3841.4%91.5%
18Wyoming$1,791,1471.3%92.8%
19Minnesota$1,502,7661.1%93.9%
20Idaho$1,233,5370.9%94.8%
21Colorado$991,2110.7%95.5%
22Pennsylvania$980,0460.7%96.2%
23Tennessee$847,4880.6%96.9%
24Nevada$796,8530.6%97.5%
25Louisiana$717,3270.5%98.0%
26Arkansas$407,3060.3%98.3%
27Kentucky$389,2700.3%98.6%
28New York$292,8420.2%98.8%
29Montana$276,2820.2%99.0%
30Wisconsin$207,0090.2%99.1%
31New Jersey$203,3970.1%99.3%
32Vermont$169,9810.1%99.4%
33West Virginia$164,6340.1%99.5%
34Kansas$142,5810.1%99.6%
35North Carolina$133,4830.1%99.7%
36Ohio$107,1670.1%99.8%
37Iowa$80,1030.1%99.9%
38Connecticut$50,9020.0%99.9%
39Missouri$40,3650.0%99.9%
40Mississippi$35,6360.0%100.0%
41Maine$29,2670.0%100.0%
42Illinois$8,0820.0%100.0%
43Virginia$7,0100.0%100.0%
44Indiana$5,9100.0%100.0%
45Rhode Island$1,5460.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$1,0180.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$9780.0%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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