Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Utah totaled $6.0 million in 2019

Counties in Utah Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2019

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Box Elder County, Utah$1,657,53927.5%27.5%
2Cache County, Utah$521,2108.6%36.1%
3Millard County, Utah$394,3746.5%42.6%
4Tooele County, Utah$358,2775.9%48.6%
5Rich County, Utah$335,1765.6%54.1%
6Kane County, Utah$331,3835.5%59.6%
7San Juan County, Utah$304,7535.0%64.7%
8Duchesne County, Utah$295,1854.9%69.6%
9Wasatch County, Utah$281,4394.7%74.2%
10Garfield County, Utah$189,6513.1%77.4%
11Sevier County, Utah$176,8092.9%80.3%
12Uintah County, Utah$160,6362.7%83.0%
13Utah County, Utah$158,9972.6%85.6%
14Summit County, Utah$143,2122.4%88.0%
15Sanpete County, Utah$110,7041.8%89.8%
16Wayne County, Utah$104,2581.7%91.5%
17Washington County, Utah$91,9071.5%93.0%
18Morgan County, Utah$91,2161.5%94.6%
19Daggett County, Utah$77,4611.3%95.8%
20Iron County, Utah$76,6121.3%97.1%
21Carbon County, Utah$74,5811.2%98.3%
22Weber County, Utah$62,0791.0%99.4%
23Emery County, Utah$25,6810.4%99.8%
24Piute County, Utah$7,4210.1%99.9%
25Juab County, Utah$2,3780.0%100.0%
26Beaver County, Utah$1,7380.0%100.0%
27Davis County, Utah$7100.0%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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