Total Price Loss Coverage payments in West Virginia totaled $131,902 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in West Virginia Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Price Loss Coverage
Pct of
1Jefferson County, West Virginia$33,85325.7%25.7%
2Hampshire County, West Virginia$24,14518.3%44.0%
3Berkeley County, West Virginia$14,94811.3%55.3%
4Monroe County, West Virginia$13,91610.6%65.9%
5Preston County, West Virginia$8,8266.7%72.5%
6Morgan County, West Virginia$5,6564.3%76.8%
7Greenbrier County, West Virginia$5,4574.1%81.0%
8Putnam County, West Virginia$3,3692.6%83.5%
9Pendleton County, West Virginia$3,3642.6%86.1%
10Mason County, West Virginia$2,1531.6%87.7%
11Mineral County, West Virginia$2,0721.6%89.3%
12Hardy County, West Virginia$1,9791.5%90.8%
13Mercer County, West Virginia$1,9061.4%92.2%
14Brooke County, West Virginia$1,5371.2%93.4%
15Ohio County, West Virginia$1,4691.1%94.5%
16Fayette County, West Virginia$1,4401.1%95.6%
17Marshall County, West Virginia$1,1980.9%96.5%
18Cabell County, West Virginia$1,1140.8%97.3%
19Pocahontas County, West Virginia$9120.7%98.0%
20Boone County, West Virginia$6430.5%98.5%
21Jackson County, West Virginia$6000.5%99.0%
22Lewis County, West Virginia$5430.4%99.4%
23Summers County, West Virginia$4340.3%99.7%
24Upshur County, West Virginia$2440.2%99.9%
25Wood County, West Virginia$860.1%100.0%
26Lincoln County, West Virginia$330.0%100.0%
27Roane County, West Virginia$50.0%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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