Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Tennessee totaled $29.5 million in 2017

Counties in Tennessee Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2017

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lawrence County, Tennessee$1,370,8104.6%4.6%
2Bedford County, Tennessee$1,130,7963.8%8.5%
3Claiborne County, Tennessee$1,003,8523.4%11.9%
4Maury County, Tennessee$990,8623.4%15.2%
5Wilson County, Tennessee$979,1833.3%18.5%
6Monroe County, Tennessee$954,2833.2%21.8%
7Wayne County, Tennessee$929,3773.1%24.9%
8Giles County, Tennessee$916,2593.1%28.0%
9Greene County, Tennessee$911,3943.1%31.1%
10Overton County, Tennessee$886,3823.0%34.1%
11Smith County, Tennessee$786,7512.7%36.8%
12White County, Tennessee$772,4742.6%39.4%
13Warren County, Tennessee$746,7322.5%41.9%
14Hawkins County, Tennessee$683,3202.3%44.2%
15Bledsoe County, Tennessee$681,6482.3%46.5%
16Sumner County, Tennessee$670,8212.3%48.8%
17Fentress County, Tennessee$638,2772.2%51.0%
18Grainger County, Tennessee$636,6392.2%53.1%
19McMinn County, Tennessee$614,1392.1%55.2%
20Cumberland County, Tennessee$611,0792.1%57.3%
21Montgomery County, Tennessee$544,7391.8%59.1%
22Macon County, Tennessee$541,9371.8%60.9%
23Robertson County, Tennessee$514,4121.7%62.7%
24DeKalb County, Tennessee$501,5881.7%64.4%
25Lincoln County, Tennessee$481,1721.6%66.0%
26Coffee County, Tennessee$441,1721.5%67.5%
27Jefferson County, Tennessee$435,0401.5%69.0%
28Williamson County, Tennessee$426,5261.4%70.4%
29Rutherford County, Tennessee$425,5361.4%71.9%
30Dickson County, Tennessee$405,5811.4%73.2%
31Knox County, Tennessee$390,3461.3%74.6%
32Hancock County, Tennessee$384,9541.3%75.9%
33Putnam County, Tennessee$373,0751.3%77.1%
34Loudon County, Tennessee$364,6161.2%78.4%
35Hamblen County, Tennessee$326,2881.1%79.5%
36Blount County, Tennessee$318,2711.1%80.5%
37Hardin County, Tennessee$316,7071.1%81.6%
38Morgan County, Tennessee$315,3461.1%82.7%
39Clay County, Tennessee$310,5221.1%83.7%
40Sevier County, Tennessee$309,7161.0%84.8%
41Trousdale County, Tennessee$302,1201.0%85.8%
42Bradley County, Tennessee$299,6741.0%86.8%
43Hickman County, Tennessee$292,8371.0%87.8%
44Rhea County, Tennessee$287,0211.0%88.8%
45Pickett County, Tennessee$286,5861.0%89.7%
46Union County, Tennessee$275,6660.9%90.7%
47Roane County, Tennessee$268,7630.9%91.6%
48Jackson County, Tennessee$265,1590.9%92.5%
49Van Buren County, Tennessee$260,5800.9%93.4%
50Cannon County, Tennessee$217,3140.7%94.1%
51Meigs County, Tennessee$202,1080.7%94.8%
52Polk County, Tennessee$191,3070.6%95.4%
53Cocke County, Tennessee$179,9560.6%96.0%
54Franklin County, Tennessee$178,5430.6%96.6%
55Marshall County, Tennessee$148,3490.5%97.1%
56Campbell County, Tennessee$136,4810.5%97.6%
57Anderson County, Tennessee$132,7310.4%98.1%
58Cheatham County, Tennessee$124,4620.4%98.5%
59Scott County, Tennessee$98,3310.3%98.8%
60Hamilton County, Tennessee$91,1340.3%99.1%
61Grundy County, Tennessee$76,1280.3%99.4%
62Lewis County, Tennessee$56,5120.2%99.6%
63Marion County, Tennessee$36,7890.1%99.7%
64Sequatchie County, Tennessee$31,3500.1%99.8%
65Moore County, Tennessee$28,1290.1%99.9%
66Davidson County, Tennessee$23,4010.1%100.0%
67Henderson County, Tennessee$3,3610.0%100.0%
68Washington County, Tennessee$2,6110.0%100.0%
69McNairy County, Tennessee$6140.0%100.0%
70Johnson County, Tennessee$3780.0%100.0%
71Sullivan County, Tennessee$1130.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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