Price Loss Coverage - Barley payments in Charlotte County, Virginia totaled $3,226 in 2018

Counties in Charlotte County, Virginia Receiving Price Loss Coverage - Barley payments, 2018

Rank County Price Loss Coverage - Barley
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Essex County, Virginia$79,12011.5%11.5%
2Westmoreland County, Virginia$73,53110.7%22.2%
3Richmond County, Virginia$48,5837.1%29.2%
4Northumberland County, Virginia$44,0706.4%35.6%
5Amelia County, Virginia$42,5226.2%41.8%
6Caroline County, Virginia$35,2005.1%46.9%
7Accomack County, Virginia$28,3094.1%51.1%
8Lancaster County, Virginia$28,0844.1%55.1%
9Northampton County, Virginia$26,6813.9%59.0%
10Hanover County, Virginia$25,5173.7%62.7%
11King William County, Virginia$24,3263.5%66.3%
12King and Queen County, Virginia$24,2343.5%69.8%
13Prince Edward County, Virginia$17,6782.6%72.4%
14Augusta County, Virginia$16,4432.4%74.7%
15Gloucester County, Virginia$15,3612.2%77.0%
16Mecklenburg County, Virginia$13,2821.9%78.9%
17King George County, Virginia$11,4701.7%80.6%
18Franklin County, Virginia$9,6221.4%82.0%
19Middlesex County, Virginia$9,1691.3%83.3%
20Powhatan County, Virginia$8,6371.3%84.6%
21Bedford County, Virginia$7,7611.1%85.7%
22Goochland County, Virginia$6,6891.0%86.7%
23Nottoway County, Virginia$6,3280.9%87.6%
24James City County, Virginia$6,2850.9%88.5%
25Louisa County, Virginia$5,5890.8%89.3%
26Pittsylvania County, Virginia$5,3450.8%90.1%
27Spotsylvania County, Virginia$4,8700.7%90.8%
28Prince William County, Virginia$4,8640.7%91.5%
29New Kent County, Virginia$4,7430.7%92.2%
30Fauquier County, Virginia$4,6890.7%92.9%
31Rockingham County, Virginia$4,1170.6%93.5%
32Albemarle County, Virginia$3,7950.6%94.0%
33Clarke County, Virginia$3,2910.5%94.5%
34Charlotte County, Virginia$3,2260.5%95.0%
35Charles City County, Virginia$2,8550.4%95.4%
36Shenandoah County, Virginia$2,7850.4%95.8%
37Dinwiddie County, Virginia$2,3960.3%96.1%
38Halifax County, Virginia$2,3270.3%96.5%
39Page County, Virginia$2,1310.3%96.8%
40Campbell County, Virginia$2,0300.3%97.1%
41Brunswick County, Virginia$1,9700.3%97.4%
42Botetourt County, Virginia$1,7270.3%97.6%
43Cumberland County, Virginia$1,6420.2%97.8%
44Suffolk City, Virginia$1,5670.2%98.1%
45Culpeper County, Virginia$1,3830.2%98.3%
46Chesterfield County, Virginia$1,2770.2%98.5%
47Henrico County, Virginia$1,0590.2%98.6%
48Washington County, Virginia$1,0170.1%98.8%
49Buckingham County, Virginia$8590.1%98.9%
50Mathews County, Virginia$8560.1%99.0%
51Rockbridge County, Virginia$8450.1%99.1%
52Fluvanna County, Virginia$8390.1%99.3%
53Lunenburg County, Virginia$7760.1%99.4%
54Prince George County, Virginia$7450.1%99.5%
55Frederick County, Virginia$6860.1%99.6%
56Henry County, Virginia$6830.1%99.7%
57Stafford County, Virginia$6520.1%99.8%
58Pulaski County, Virginia$5110.1%99.8%
59Orange County, Virginia$4450.1%99.9%
60Lee County, Virginia$2620.0%99.9%
61Loudoun County, Virginia$940.0%100.0%
62Warren County, Virginia$600.0%100.0%
63Montgomery County, Virginia$570.0%100.0%
64Nelson County, Virginia$410.0%100.0%
65Scott County, Virginia$340.0%100.0%
66Southampton County, Virginia$280.0%100.0%
67Appomattox County, Virginia$110.0%100.0%
68Craig County, Virginia$90.0%100.0%
69Isle of Wight County, Virginia$80.0%100.0%
70Sussex County, Virginia$20.0%100.0%
71Madison County, Virginia$20.0%100.0%
72Greensville County, Virginia$10.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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