Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in West Virginia totaled $10.7 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Greenbrier County, West Virginia$1,160,39810.9%10.9%
2Grant County, West Virginia$786,2527.4%18.2%
3Monroe County, West Virginia$709,5566.6%24.9%
4Hardy County, West Virginia$686,6526.4%31.3%
5Hampshire County, West Virginia$574,3805.4%36.7%
6Pendleton County, West Virginia$566,3285.3%42.0%
7Pocahontas County, West Virginia$404,2733.8%45.8%
8Jefferson County, West Virginia$388,5263.6%49.4%
9Berkeley County, West Virginia$370,5713.5%52.9%
10Mason County, West Virginia$343,5113.2%56.1%
11Preston County, West Virginia$327,1413.1%59.2%
12Harrison County, West Virginia$270,6972.5%61.7%
13Jackson County, West Virginia$261,0172.4%64.2%
14Roane County, West Virginia$228,7752.1%66.3%
15Barbour County, West Virginia$218,0492.0%68.4%
16Mineral County, West Virginia$207,3271.9%70.3%
17Summers County, West Virginia$172,4151.6%71.9%
18Braxton County, West Virginia$166,3891.6%73.5%
19Randolph County, West Virginia$163,6491.5%75.0%
20Lewis County, West Virginia$163,1231.5%76.5%
21Gilmer County, West Virginia$157,6771.5%78.0%
22Nicholas County, West Virginia$156,7561.5%79.5%
23Upshur County, West Virginia$156,1921.5%80.9%
24Mercer County, West Virginia$147,9811.4%82.3%
25Marshall County, West Virginia$138,4251.3%83.6%
26Putnam County, West Virginia$121,2841.1%84.8%
27Wayne County, West Virginia$120,7561.1%85.9%
28Tyler County, West Virginia$112,0711.1%86.9%
29Taylor County, West Virginia$96,7650.9%87.9%
30Monongalia County, West Virginia$95,8320.9%88.8%
31Lincoln County, West Virginia$95,3910.9%89.6%
32Wirt County, West Virginia$90,4590.8%90.5%
33Ritchie County, West Virginia$86,3940.8%91.3%
34Cabell County, West Virginia$81,1600.8%92.1%
35Calhoun County, West Virginia$79,5590.7%92.8%
36Wood County, West Virginia$78,7930.7%93.5%
37Raleigh County, West Virginia$73,5910.7%94.2%
38Ohio County, West Virginia$66,5810.6%94.9%
39Marion County, West Virginia$66,1090.6%95.5%
40Wetzel County, West Virginia$63,8000.6%96.1%
41Morgan County, West Virginia$60,3900.6%96.6%
42Fayette County, West Virginia$57,3860.5%97.2%
43Doddridge County, West Virginia$55,6320.5%97.7%
44Tucker County, West Virginia$49,6040.5%98.2%
45Clay County, West Virginia$45,6930.4%98.6%
46Brooke County, West Virginia$37,4530.4%98.9%
47Kanawha County, West Virginia$36,8850.3%99.3%
48Logan County, West Virginia$29,1450.3%99.6%
49Webster County, West Virginia$16,2340.2%99.7%
50Pleasants County, West Virginia$9,2260.1%99.8%
51Hancock County, West Virginia$8,5070.1%99.9%
52Boone County, West Virginia$8,3240.1%100.0%
53Wyoming County, West Virginia$4,0690.0%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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