Loan Deficiency Payments in Wyoming totaled $35.0 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Wyoming Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Loan Deficiency Payments
Pct of
1Goshen County, Wyoming$7,942,65122.7%22.7%
2Laramie County, Wyoming$5,019,30814.3%37.0%
3Park County, Wyoming$3,994,77311.4%48.4%
4Big Horn County, Wyoming$3,587,81110.2%58.7%
5Washakie County, Wyoming$2,526,2177.2%65.9%
6Platte County, Wyoming$2,443,0847.0%72.8%
7Fremont County, Wyoming$1,382,5733.9%76.8%
8Lincoln County, Wyoming$1,182,5263.4%80.2%
9Converse County, Wyoming$1,032,4972.9%83.1%
10Campbell County, Wyoming$879,8682.5%85.6%
11Crook County, Wyoming$863,8612.5%88.1%
12Johnson County, Wyoming$853,5952.4%90.5%
13Sweetwater County, Wyoming$808,6982.3%92.8%
14Natrona County, Wyoming$639,7131.8%94.7%
15Sheridan County, Wyoming$515,5331.5%96.1%
16Uinta County, Wyoming$400,0901.1%97.3%
17Niobrara County, Wyoming$328,4310.9%98.2%
18Carbon County, Wyoming$220,2310.6%98.9%
19Weston County, Wyoming$164,4130.5%99.3%
20Hot Springs County, Wyoming$109,5530.3%99.6%
21Teton County, Wyoming$79,4750.2%99.9%
22Albany County, Wyoming$28,5470.1%99.9%
23Sublette County, Wyoming$19,1660.1%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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