Deficiency Payments in Okanogan County, Washington totaled $13,830 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Okanogan County, Washington Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Deficiency Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Whitman County, Washington$1,937,91921.0%21.0%
2Lincoln County, Washington$1,681,68318.2%39.3%
3Walla Walla County, Washington$940,18010.2%49.5%
4Adams County, Washington$810,0578.8%58.3%
5Grant County, Washington$791,8098.6%66.9%
6Douglas County, Washington$430,2874.7%71.5%
7Franklin County, Washington$423,1894.6%76.1%
8Garfield County, Washington$419,5834.6%80.7%
9Benton County, Washington$356,9043.9%84.5%
10Columbia County, Washington$355,3733.9%88.4%
11Spokane County, Washington$264,1382.9%91.3%
12Yakima County, Washington$228,3042.5%93.7%
13Klickitat County, Washington$166,2511.8%95.5%
14Asotin County, Washington$157,5281.7%97.3%
15Stevens County, Washington$96,8451.1%98.3%
16Island County, Washington$27,8430.3%98.6%
17Skagit County, Washington$27,3720.3%98.9%
18Snohomish County, Washington$22,0360.2%99.1%
19Lewis County, Washington$17,9340.2%99.3%
20Okanogan County, Washington$13,8300.2%99.5%
21King County, Washington$13,5980.1%99.6%
22Grays Harbor County, Washington$9,1100.1%99.7%
23Kittitas County, Washington$9,0110.1%99.8%
24Chelan County, Washington$8,8150.1%99.9%
25Ferry County, Washington$6,1810.1%100.0%
26Clark County, Washington$2950.0%100.0%
27Whatcom County, Washington$2470.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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