Deficiency Payments in Wyoming totaled $1.8 million from 1995-2016.

Counties in Wyoming Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2016

Rank County Deficiency Payments
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Goshen County, Wyoming$832,36647.1%47.1%
2Laramie County, Wyoming$247,77414.0%61.1%
3Campbell County, Wyoming$213,42012.1%73.1%
4Platte County, Wyoming$174,4319.9%83.0%
5Crook County, Wyoming$77,2204.4%87.4%
6Niobrara County, Wyoming$69,3983.9%91.3%
7Big Horn County, Wyoming$27,8461.6%92.9%
8Converse County, Wyoming$24,8141.4%94.3%
9Sheridan County, Wyoming$21,8141.2%95.5%
10Park County, Wyoming$17,4321.0%96.5%
11Washakie County, Wyoming$13,8540.8%97.3%
12Fremont County, Wyoming$10,9890.6%97.9%
13Weston County, Wyoming$8,8150.5%98.4%
14Carbon County, Wyoming$8,5550.5%98.9%
15Natrona County, Wyoming$8,4590.5%99.4%
16Lincoln County, Wyoming$8,2510.5%99.8%
17Johnson County, Wyoming$2,6090.1%100.0%
18Teton County, Wyoming$2430.0%100.0%
19Hot Springs County, Wyoming$1140.0%100.0%
20Uinta County, Wyoming$60.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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