Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in 20th District of New York (Rep. Paul Tonko) totaled $0 in 2017

States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2017

Rank State Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Alabama$69,444,21916.4%16.4%
2South Dakota$66,170,91715.6%32.0%
3North Dakota$52,053,96612.3%44.3%
4Montana$41,670,3879.8%54.1%
5Tennessee$29,541,1307.0%61.1%
6Georgia$23,926,0805.6%66.7%
7Florida$22,621,4795.3%72.0%
8California$21,492,0475.1%77.1%
9Mississippi$18,077,9104.3%81.4%
10Texas$16,104,9943.8%85.2%
11Iowa$10,822,5092.6%87.7%
12Oklahoma$10,603,6462.5%90.2%
13Louisiana$6,323,3521.5%91.7%
14Wyoming$5,630,4101.3%93.0%
15South Carolina$4,957,7661.2%94.2%
16Oregon$4,792,0441.1%95.3%
17North Carolina$3,032,0990.7%96.1%
18Hawaii$2,998,7210.7%96.8%
19Idaho$2,662,4990.6%97.4%
20New York$2,254,4960.5%97.9%
21Utah$1,650,2450.4%98.3%
22Arkansas$1,259,0790.3%98.6%
23Minnesota$1,137,0550.3%98.9%
24Nevada$982,8460.2%99.1%
25Arizona$754,2080.2%99.3%
26Washington$584,5500.1%99.4%
27Nebraska$533,6200.1%99.6%
28Massachusetts$528,9440.1%99.7%
29Pennsylvania$488,2330.1%99.8%
30Kansas$350,8430.1%99.9%
31Wisconsin$297,7380.1%99.9%
32Kentucky$265,6650.1%100.0%
33Maine$168,6830.0%100.0%
34West Virginia$98,1450.0%100.1%
35New Hampshire$71,1790.0%100.1%
36Virginia$61,5100.0%100.1%
37Michigan$56,8270.0%100.1%
38New Jersey$45,2320.0%100.1%
39Ohio$38,6780.0%100.1%
40Missouri$36,3290.0%100.1%
41Indiana$25,7900.0%100.2%
42Rhode Island$21,5870.0%100.2%
43Illinois$21,1100.0%100.2%
44Connecticut$2,8140.0%100.2%
45Vermont$9110.0%100.2%
46Colorado$-94,954-0.0%100.1%
47New Mexico$-591,989-0.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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