Price Loss Coverage - Wheat payments in Harrison County, Ohio totaled $10,037 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Price Loss Coverage - Wheat payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Price Loss Coverage - Wheat
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Montana$279,488,45715.7%15.7%
2Texas$267,411,26715.0%30.7%
3Kansas$164,907,4059.3%40.0%
4Oklahoma$158,659,9428.9%48.9%
5North Dakota$141,911,7608.0%56.9%
6Colorado$117,393,8216.6%63.5%
7Idaho$107,357,8686.0%69.5%
8Missouri$71,546,9684.0%73.6%
9South Dakota$71,214,7564.0%77.6%
10Nebraska$67,729,2073.8%81.4%
11California$44,849,8822.5%83.9%
12Arkansas$28,085,2811.6%85.5%
13Illinois$27,913,2901.6%87.0%
14Washington$20,844,2131.2%88.2%
15Arizona$20,043,0801.1%89.3%
16New Mexico$18,149,5021.0%90.4%
17Ohio$15,711,0060.9%91.2%
18Minnesota$15,509,7130.9%92.1%
19Oregon$14,479,0490.8%92.9%
20Utah$13,873,6260.8%93.7%
21Wyoming$12,011,6810.7%94.4%
22Kentucky$11,109,9900.6%95.0%
23Mississippi$11,069,5920.6%95.6%
24Virginia$10,064,1200.6%96.2%
25Tennessee$9,274,7300.5%96.7%
26Michigan$8,739,9040.5%97.2%
27Alabama$7,110,5930.4%97.6%
28Maryland$7,102,4790.4%98.0%
29North Carolina$6,442,2350.4%98.4%
30Georgia$6,183,7400.3%98.7%
31Louisiana$5,085,6990.3%99.0%
32South Carolina$4,876,7370.3%99.3%
33Indiana$3,750,8650.2%99.5%
34Delaware$2,598,0440.1%99.6%
35Wisconsin$2,368,5040.1%99.8%
36Pennsylvania$1,520,1450.1%99.9%
37Nevada$1,111,7250.1%99.9%
38New York$706,7820.0%100.0%
39Iowa$252,3440.0%100.0%
40New Jersey$238,0530.0%100.0%
41Florida$168,6110.0%100.0%
42West Virginia$30,4970.0%100.0%
43Maine$4,3840.0%100.0%
44Alaska$2,4440.0%100.0%
45Vermont$4290.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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