Misc. Disaster Payments in South Dakota totaled $3.8 million in 2019

Counties in South Dakota Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 2019

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Clay County, South Dakota$1,034,76427.0%27.0%
2Union County, South Dakota$449,16311.7%38.7%
3Butte County, South Dakota$387,81910.1%48.8%
4Sanborn County, South Dakota$212,4405.5%54.4%
5Sully County, South Dakota$201,8035.3%59.7%
6Bennett County, South Dakota$144,4033.8%63.4%
7Ziebach County, South Dakota$110,6182.9%66.3%
8Hyde County, South Dakota$108,2972.8%69.1%
9Jones County, South Dakota$105,8062.8%71.9%
10Lyman County, South Dakota$97,2292.5%74.4%
11Meade County, South Dakota$92,1922.4%76.8%
12Stanley County, South Dakota$86,9572.3%79.1%
13Edmunds County, South Dakota$79,1232.1%81.2%
14Custer County, South Dakota$65,8371.7%82.9%
15Potter County, South Dakota$59,5241.6%84.4%
16Shannon County, South Dakota$59,4471.6%86.0%
17Hamlin County, South Dakota$59,0661.5%87.5%
18Deuel County, South Dakota$57,6771.5%89.0%
19Haakon County, South Dakota$52,2151.4%90.4%
20Jackson County, South Dakota$47,9901.3%91.7%
21Faulk County, South Dakota$44,3591.2%92.8%
22Hand County, South Dakota$41,4731.1%93.9%
23Perkins County, South Dakota$37,8131.0%94.9%
24Fall River County, South Dakota$33,0550.9%95.7%
25Moody County, South Dakota$29,2320.8%96.5%
26Codington County, South Dakota$23,4080.6%97.1%
27Pennington County, South Dakota$23,2560.6%97.7%
28Hughes County, South Dakota$17,7900.5%98.2%
29Lincoln County, South Dakota$15,2720.4%98.6%
30Corson County, South Dakota$15,1050.4%99.0%
31Harding County, South Dakota$10,3760.3%99.3%
32Jerauld County, South Dakota$5,6860.1%99.4%
33Mellette County, South Dakota$5,6620.1%99.6%
34Dewey County, South Dakota$4,6230.1%99.7%
35Douglas County, South Dakota$3,8640.1%99.8%
36Yankton County, South Dakota$3,6930.1%99.9%
37Charles Mix County, South Dakota$3,4090.1%100.0%
38Hutchinson County, South Dakota$1,6270.0%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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