Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in 14th District of Georgia (Rep. Tom Graves) totaled $1,261 in 2017

States Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2017

Rank State Total Livestock Indemnity Program
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$3,661,96515.4%15.4%
2Kansas$3,559,17415.0%30.4%
3Oklahoma$2,623,45811.0%41.5%
4Oregon$1,530,4036.4%47.9%
5Kentucky$1,523,3206.4%54.3%
6Iowa$1,380,1625.8%60.1%
7North Dakota$1,360,3625.7%65.9%
8New Mexico$1,201,2235.1%70.9%
9Nebraska$808,6773.4%74.3%
10California$698,7272.9%77.3%
11South Dakota$610,5692.6%79.8%
12Wyoming$486,9202.1%81.9%
13Idaho$458,6721.9%83.8%
14Louisiana$450,7691.9%85.7%
15Arkansas$409,4261.7%87.4%
16North Carolina$400,2031.7%89.1%
17Missouri$367,6641.5%90.7%
18Florida$239,0201.0%91.7%
19Utah$219,7790.9%92.6%
20Minnesota$215,1160.9%93.5%
21Alabama$200,1850.8%94.4%
22Montana$184,3110.8%95.1%
23Tennessee$147,3850.6%95.8%
24Colorado$109,9950.5%96.2%
25West Virginia$108,8250.5%96.7%
26Virginia$94,1850.4%97.1%
27South Carolina$92,0740.4%97.5%
28Washington$86,7340.4%97.8%
29Wisconsin$67,7230.3%98.1%
30Mississippi$63,5870.3%98.4%
31Georgia$63,2580.3%98.6%
32New York$62,0720.3%98.9%
33Ohio$58,8490.2%99.2%
34Indiana$55,9680.2%99.4%
35New Jersey$34,9980.1%99.5%
36Nevada$34,8060.1%99.7%
37Vermont$32,8290.1%99.8%
38Illinois$25,9060.1%99.9%
39Michigan$15,2490.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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