Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Pennsylvania totaled $29.9 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bradford County, Pennsylvania$1,955,0846.5%6.5%
2Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$1,844,9886.2%12.7%
3Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,781,9836.0%18.7%
4Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$1,698,6175.7%24.4%
5Union County, Pennsylvania$1,240,0934.2%28.5%
6Berks County, Pennsylvania$926,6413.1%31.6%
7Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$880,9572.9%34.6%
8Somerset County, Pennsylvania$861,5472.9%37.5%
9Washington County, Pennsylvania$857,2062.9%40.3%
10Bedford County, Pennsylvania$819,9612.7%43.1%
11Tioga County, Pennsylvania$794,5672.7%45.7%
12Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$672,8982.3%48.0%
13Mercer County, Pennsylvania$666,2352.2%50.2%
14Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$600,0102.0%52.2%
15Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$592,2312.0%54.2%
16York County, Pennsylvania$557,2241.9%56.1%
17Wayne County, Pennsylvania$555,7601.9%57.9%
18Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$543,1301.8%59.8%
19Blair County, Pennsylvania$538,9961.8%61.6%
20Potter County, Pennsylvania$538,1401.8%63.4%
21Centre County, Pennsylvania$535,4341.8%65.2%
22Chester County, Pennsylvania$492,0591.6%66.8%
23Erie County, Pennsylvania$489,9011.6%68.4%
24Butler County, Pennsylvania$466,5981.6%70.0%
25Snyder County, Pennsylvania$466,2631.6%71.6%
26Perry County, Pennsylvania$463,8371.6%73.1%
27Fulton County, Pennsylvania$440,3061.5%74.6%
28Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$416,9641.4%76.0%
29Fayette County, Pennsylvania$413,4971.4%77.4%
30Juniata County, Pennsylvania$411,5831.4%78.8%
31Greene County, Pennsylvania$402,5001.3%80.1%
32Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$392,0901.3%81.4%
33Indiana County, Pennsylvania$375,5311.3%82.7%
34Adams County, Pennsylvania$366,5531.2%83.9%
35Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$339,9891.1%85.0%
36Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$324,2751.1%86.1%
37Clarion County, Pennsylvania$297,3911.0%87.1%
38Columbia County, Pennsylvania$291,9861.0%88.1%
39Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$274,6310.9%89.0%
40Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$254,0000.9%89.9%
41McKean County, Pennsylvania$244,7250.8%90.7%
42Warren County, Pennsylvania$219,9270.7%91.4%
43Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$218,9620.7%92.2%
44Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$211,8190.7%92.9%
45Clinton County, Pennsylvania$200,6000.7%93.5%
46Cambria County, Pennsylvania$193,0930.6%94.2%
47Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$183,8930.6%94.8%
48Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$182,9680.6%95.4%
49Crawford County, Pennsylvania$169,6880.6%96.0%
50Beaver County, Pennsylvania$164,6320.6%96.5%
51Northampton County, Pennsylvania$162,5220.5%97.1%
52Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$148,7360.5%97.6%
53Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$132,5060.4%98.0%
54Venango County, Pennsylvania$111,7740.4%98.4%
55Bucks County, Pennsylvania$110,5350.4%98.8%
56Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$81,2010.3%99.0%
57Montour County, Pennsylvania$70,5620.2%99.3%
58Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$65,8430.2%99.5%
59Elk County, Pennsylvania$39,3830.1%99.6%
60Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$28,9170.1%99.7%
61Carbon County, Pennsylvania$28,2950.1%99.8%
62Monroe County, Pennsylvania$19,3140.1%99.9%
63Cameron County, Pennsylvania$16,5600.1%99.9%
64Forest County, Pennsylvania$12,9000.0%100.0%
65Pike County, Pennsylvania$3,4220.0%100.0%
66Delaware County, Pennsylvania$2,9240.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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