Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Putnam County, Tennessee totaled $1.2 million from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,848,992,19718.1%18.1%
2Oklahoma$1,633,445,52816.0%34.1%
3Nebraska$738,053,8407.2%41.4%
4Kansas$646,303,9106.3%47.7%
5South Dakota$548,268,7225.4%53.1%
6Missouri$457,316,6814.5%57.5%
7California$365,506,9953.6%61.1%
8Arkansas$305,738,2053.0%64.1%
9New Mexico$296,859,7222.9%67.0%
10Montana$286,259,3922.8%69.8%
11Colorado$272,594,5642.7%72.5%
12Georgia$262,541,0872.6%75.1%
13Alabama$260,354,5422.6%77.6%
14Wyoming$246,334,8252.4%80.0%
15Florida$167,237,6261.6%81.7%
16North Dakota$157,751,3131.5%83.2%
17Iowa$156,204,1901.5%84.8%
18Oregon$141,839,6891.4%86.1%
19Tennessee$135,462,4591.3%87.5%
20Utah$119,658,5241.2%88.6%
21Mississippi$110,561,1631.1%89.7%
22Kentucky$105,730,9481.0%90.8%
23Louisiana$103,213,9261.0%91.8%
24Arizona$89,072,9470.9%92.6%
25Idaho$83,825,8160.8%93.5%
26Nevada$78,230,1300.8%94.2%
27Minnesota$69,403,8820.7%94.9%
28Wisconsin$62,272,1370.6%95.5%
29North Carolina$46,200,3470.5%96.0%
30Indiana$45,759,3690.4%96.4%
31Hawaii$44,997,4020.4%96.9%
32South Carolina$44,704,7660.4%97.3%
33Illinois$42,131,9490.4%97.7%
34Virginia$41,587,8520.4%98.1%
35New York$40,069,6920.4%98.5%
36Washington$35,445,7470.3%98.9%
37Pennsylvania$29,108,4810.3%99.1%
38Ohio$28,218,4660.3%99.4%
39Michigan$23,042,9740.2%99.7%
40West Virginia$10,272,4090.1%99.8%
41Vermont$10,214,2080.1%99.9%
42Maryland$4,854,4490.0%99.9%
43Massachusetts$3,986,6690.0%99.9%
44Maine$2,105,4410.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$1,135,8850.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$1,124,6370.0%100.0%
47New Jersey$1,072,4150.0%100.0%
48Delaware$364,4180.0%100.0%
49Alaska$295,2170.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$128,6590.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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