Loan Deficiency Payments in Utah totaled $25.3 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Utah Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Loan Deficiency Payments
Pct of
1Box Elder County, Utah$8,147,39532.3%32.3%
2Cache County, Utah$3,245,48712.9%45.1%
3Millard County, Utah$2,102,3228.3%53.4%
4Sanpete County, Utah$1,941,4087.7%61.1%
5Utah County, Utah$1,807,5187.2%68.3%
6Uintah County, Utah$946,1303.7%72.0%
7Weber County, Utah$898,6153.6%75.6%
8Iron County, Utah$797,2943.2%78.7%
9San Juan County, Utah$651,2082.6%81.3%
10Summit County, Utah$630,8652.5%83.8%
11Sevier County, Utah$600,0672.4%86.2%
12Duchesne County, Utah$531,3632.1%88.3%
13Juab County, Utah$498,6532.0%90.3%
14Davis County, Utah$386,8381.5%91.8%
15Beaver County, Utah$337,5841.3%93.1%
16Wayne County, Utah$323,0291.3%94.4%
17Salt Lake County, Utah$297,4671.2%95.6%
18Emery County, Utah$219,9290.9%96.5%
19Morgan County, Utah$217,3140.9%97.3%
20Carbon County, Utah$147,1620.6%97.9%
21Tooele County, Utah$146,3820.6%98.5%
22Rich County, Utah$144,4620.6%99.1%
23Piute County, Utah$123,6960.5%99.6%
24Washington County, Utah$49,8950.2%99.8%
25Wasatch County, Utah$48,8690.2%99.9%
26Garfield County, Utah$12,2340.0%100.0%
27Kane County, Utah$1,6440.0%100.0%
28Daggett County, Utah$2380.0%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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