Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in 18th District of Florida (Rep. Brian Mast) totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2020

Rank State Total Livestock Indemnity Program
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Nebraska$12,099,09032.8%32.8%
2Kansas$5,826,54915.8%48.7%
3South Dakota$5,262,75714.3%62.9%
4Washington$3,318,2209.0%72.0%
5Montana$2,009,8745.5%77.4%
6Wyoming$1,323,1183.6%81.0%
7North Dakota$938,4962.5%83.5%
8Oregon$924,4982.5%86.1%
9Minnesota$671,9731.8%87.9%
10Texas$609,8611.7%89.5%
11Wisconsin$508,9041.4%90.9%
12New Mexico$508,8441.4%92.3%
13Idaho$447,3381.2%93.5%
14Oklahoma$342,3820.9%94.4%
15Iowa$285,8120.8%95.2%
16Colorado$198,7790.5%95.8%
17Arkansas$197,8290.5%96.3%
18Kentucky$178,4410.5%96.8%
19Utah$167,2040.5%97.2%
20Missouri$164,1700.4%97.7%
21Florida$160,9100.4%98.1%
22Indiana$126,7080.3%98.5%
23California$117,3770.3%98.8%
24North Carolina$99,1250.3%99.0%
25Louisiana$61,9730.2%99.2%
26Tennessee$56,3870.2%99.4%
27West Virginia$42,1730.1%99.5%
28Mississippi$32,5470.1%99.6%
29Nevada$27,8060.1%99.6%
30Virginia$23,3370.1%99.7%
31Illinois$22,2020.1%99.8%
32Alabama$19,4920.1%99.8%
33Georgia$19,4300.1%99.9%
34Ohio$18,3970.0%99.9%
35Michigan$6,8730.0%99.9%
36Vermont$6,7560.0%100.0%
37Maine$6,5520.0%100.0%
38South Carolina$4,8830.0%100.0%
39Pennsylvania$2,6650.0%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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