Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in 21st District of New York (Rep. Elise Stefanik) totaled $459,403 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$113,183,37623.3%23.3%
2North Dakota$44,661,2029.2%32.5%
3Kentucky$37,296,9187.7%40.2%
4California$34,361,9577.1%47.3%
5Texas$32,519,2536.7%54.0%
6Louisiana$24,023,7265.0%59.0%
7Nebraska$19,951,3954.1%63.1%
8Montana$18,918,8013.9%67.0%
9New Mexico$17,548,7223.6%70.6%
10Kansas$16,564,6433.4%74.0%
11Iowa$15,706,5873.2%77.3%
12Minnesota$11,367,3482.3%79.6%
13Oklahoma$11,279,4142.3%81.9%
14Colorado$9,933,3932.0%84.0%
15Arkansas$8,543,7991.8%85.7%
16Wyoming$8,322,5761.7%87.5%
17Missouri$6,594,7491.4%88.8%
18North Carolina$4,751,4081.0%89.8%
19Virginia$4,746,6491.0%90.8%
20Idaho$4,259,2620.9%91.7%
21Mississippi$3,884,7410.8%92.5%
22West Virginia$3,506,5680.7%93.2%
23Alabama$3,394,8210.7%93.9%
24Tennessee$3,241,9380.7%94.5%
25Oregon$3,168,2250.7%95.2%
26Utah$3,022,7850.6%95.8%
27Indiana$2,763,2120.6%96.4%
28Washington$2,502,5890.5%96.9%
29Wisconsin$2,206,4130.5%97.4%
30Florida$2,204,2800.5%97.8%
31Michigan$1,526,5280.3%98.1%
32Georgia$1,432,8140.3%98.4%
33Ohio$1,341,9740.3%98.7%
34Illinois$1,324,8390.3%99.0%
35New York$1,044,7880.2%99.2%
36South Carolina$871,5180.2%99.4%
37Hawaii$735,4190.2%99.5%
38Pennsylvania$728,8160.2%99.7%
39Nevada$540,8110.1%99.8%
40Maryland$267,0130.1%99.8%
41Alaska$216,4480.0%99.9%
42New Jersey$181,1220.0%99.9%
43Vermont$117,1450.0%99.9%
44Delaware$77,4200.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$74,2370.0%100.0%
46Maine$58,5440.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$40,0750.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$9,7250.0%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 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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