Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Tennessee totaled $5.8 million in 2016

Counties in Tennessee Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2016

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lincoln County, Tennessee$980,25117.0%17.0%
2Giles County, Tennessee$802,83913.9%30.8%
3Bradley County, Tennessee$623,53010.8%41.6%
4Marshall County, Tennessee$551,0659.5%51.2%
5Franklin County, Tennessee$536,7839.3%60.4%
6McMinn County, Tennessee$383,7766.6%67.1%
7Marion County, Tennessee$354,5386.1%73.2%
8Hamilton County, Tennessee$256,9734.4%77.7%
9Polk County, Tennessee$232,2494.0%81.7%
10Meigs County, Tennessee$211,9243.7%85.3%
11Rhea County, Tennessee$193,5753.3%88.7%
12Sequatchie County, Tennessee$180,6223.1%91.8%
13Bledsoe County, Tennessee$168,5422.9%94.7%
14Cumberland County, Tennessee$100,3651.7%96.5%
15Coffee County, Tennessee$97,8411.7%98.2%
16Grundy County, Tennessee$76,0841.3%99.5%
17Weakley County, Tennessee$7,5700.1%99.6%
18Crockett County, Tennessee$5,2120.1%99.7%
19Monroe County, Tennessee$4,8540.1%99.8%
20Moore County, Tennessee$3,5910.1%99.8%
21Maury County, Tennessee$2,7350.0%99.9%
22Blount County, Tennessee$2,3090.0%99.9%
23Cocke County, Tennessee$1,7060.0%100.0%
24Macon County, Tennessee$9980.0%100.0%
25Sullivan County, Tennessee$9260.0%100.0%
26Fentress County, Tennessee$8550.0%100.0%
27Williamson County, Tennessee$8130.0%100.0%
28Washington County, Tennessee$6230.0%100.0%
29Wayne County, Tennessee$3880.0%100.0%
30Scott County, Tennessee$460.0%100.0%
31Johnson County, Tennessee$450.0%100.0%
32Henderson County, Tennessee$-2,743-0.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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