Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in 18th District of Florida (Rep. Brian Mast) totaled $172,237 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$133,913,93622.9%22.9%
2North Dakota$46,331,1167.9%30.8%
3Nebraska$46,215,7017.9%38.7%
4Kentucky$38,434,0186.6%45.3%
5California$35,363,3466.0%51.3%
6Texas$33,869,1175.8%57.1%
7Montana$31,236,0895.3%62.5%
8Kansas$25,138,5764.3%66.8%
9Louisiana$24,106,1744.1%70.9%
10New Mexico$18,595,2443.2%74.1%
11Iowa$17,460,3993.0%77.1%
12Minnesota$13,643,1932.3%79.4%
13Oklahoma$12,406,5632.1%81.5%
14Wyoming$11,281,8941.9%83.4%
15Colorado$10,954,7051.9%85.3%
16Arkansas$9,487,4411.6%86.9%
17Washington$7,844,3921.3%88.3%
18Missouri$7,193,1331.2%89.5%
19North Carolina$6,022,0681.0%90.5%
20Oregon$5,995,1331.0%91.6%
21Idaho$4,962,6240.8%92.4%
22Virginia$4,813,8940.8%93.2%
23Mississippi$4,013,7880.7%93.9%
24West Virginia$3,729,9310.6%94.6%
25Utah$3,726,9240.6%95.2%
26Alabama$3,508,4870.6%95.8%
27Tennessee$3,450,8280.6%96.4%
28Wisconsin$3,355,0280.6%97.0%
29Indiana$3,207,7500.5%97.5%
30Georgia$2,501,4290.4%97.9%
31Florida$2,470,5440.4%98.4%
32Michigan$1,597,3810.3%98.6%
33Ohio$1,564,3510.3%98.9%
34Illinois$1,390,4120.2%99.1%
35New York$1,068,5280.2%99.3%
36South Carolina$897,7260.2%99.5%
37Hawaii$735,4190.1%99.6%
38Pennsylvania$732,1620.1%99.7%
39Nevada$586,7620.1%99.8%
40Maryland$267,0130.0%99.9%
41Alaska$216,4480.0%99.9%
42New Jersey$181,1220.0%99.9%
43Vermont$123,9010.0%100.0%
44Delaware$77,4200.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$74,2370.0%100.0%
46Maine$65,0960.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$40,0750.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$10,6480.0%100.0%
49New Hampshire$9,2230.0%100.0%
50Arizona$6,3610.0%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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