Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Washington County, North Carolina totaled $0 in 2018

States Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2018

Rank State Total Livestock Indemnity Program
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$5,139,88115.9%15.9%
2Texas$4,888,87815.1%30.9%
3Kansas$3,829,34611.8%42.7%
4Montana$3,758,46211.6%54.3%
5California$1,874,4205.8%60.1%
6Kentucky$1,841,5945.7%65.8%
7Idaho$1,623,5845.0%70.8%
8Colorado$1,167,8333.6%74.4%
9Iowa$1,164,7003.6%78.0%
10Oklahoma$1,063,5393.3%81.3%
11Nebraska$982,8433.0%84.3%
12North Carolina$810,8782.5%86.8%
13Wyoming$477,5841.5%88.3%
14Oregon$434,9121.3%89.6%
15Hawaii$394,3471.2%90.9%
16Minnesota$301,1330.9%91.8%
17Washington$293,7160.9%92.7%
18Wisconsin$283,0580.9%93.6%
19North Dakota$261,8720.8%94.4%
20Arkansas$243,5350.8%95.1%
21West Virginia$229,6010.7%95.8%
22Florida$202,1340.6%96.5%
23New Mexico$161,6740.5%97.0%
24Pennsylvania$144,0500.4%97.4%
25Missouri$117,2030.4%97.8%
26Georgia$97,9070.3%98.1%
27Mississippi$87,1690.3%98.3%
28Ohio$72,3870.2%98.6%
29Tennessee$69,6180.2%98.8%
30South Carolina$61,5800.2%99.0%
31Alabama$56,8960.2%99.1%
32New York$52,8590.2%99.3%
33Utah$45,9270.1%99.4%
34Virginia$44,8420.1%99.6%
35Louisiana$30,3610.1%99.7%
36Nevada$29,7250.1%99.8%
37Indiana$29,4580.1%99.9%
38Michigan$28,3680.1%99.9%
39Illinois$13,6920.0%100.0%
40Rhode Island$3,6760.0%100.0%
41Vermont$1,2000.0%100.0%
42New Hampshire$3290.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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