Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Washington totaled $39.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Washington Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Okanogan County, Washington$4,332,98311.0%11.0%
2Grant County, Washington$4,000,76710.2%21.2%
3Klickitat County, Washington$3,677,8749.4%30.6%
4Lincoln County, Washington$2,618,4686.7%37.3%
5Yakima County, Washington$2,606,8046.6%43.9%
6Adams County, Washington$2,219,8935.7%49.6%
7Whitman County, Washington$1,995,3205.1%54.7%
8Whatcom County, Washington$1,836,9734.7%59.4%
9Lewis County, Washington$1,406,0943.6%62.9%
10Stevens County, Washington$1,323,9403.4%66.3%
11Douglas County, Washington$1,202,3883.1%69.4%
12Asotin County, Washington$1,164,8583.0%72.4%
13Garfield County, Washington$1,077,8082.7%75.1%
14Franklin County, Washington$1,074,2812.7%77.8%
15Kittitas County, Washington$1,072,8822.7%80.6%
16Skagit County, Washington$965,1952.5%83.0%
17Spokane County, Washington$864,2532.2%85.2%
18Snohomish County, Washington$842,1822.1%87.4%
19King County, Washington$837,8322.1%89.5%
20Thurston County, Washington$595,5721.5%91.0%
21Columbia County, Washington$595,4651.5%92.6%
22Ferry County, Washington$518,3651.3%93.9%
23Pierce County, Washington$406,1571.0%94.9%
24Benton County, Washington$356,3210.9%95.8%
25Walla Walla County, Washington$272,8440.7%96.5%
26Clark County, Washington$201,2530.5%97.0%
27Skamania County, Washington$187,6920.5%97.5%
28Pend Oreille County, Washington$181,9370.5%98.0%
29Pacific County, Washington$175,8900.4%98.4%
30Grays Harbor County, Washington$175,8460.4%98.9%
31Chelan County, Washington$98,7520.3%99.1%
32Cowlitz County, Washington$96,3010.2%99.4%
33Wahkiakum County, Washington$80,9940.2%99.6%
34Island County, Washington$59,6650.2%99.7%
35Clallam County, Washington$50,9250.1%99.8%
36Jefferson County, Washington$38,6950.1%99.9%
37San Juan County, Washington$11,3440.0%100.0%
38Mason County, Washington$5,6780.0%100.0%
39Kitsap County, Washington$4,1260.0%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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