Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in the United States totaled $6.6 billion from 1995-2014.

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Counties in the United States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2014

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cherry County, Nebraska$52,364,4700.8%0.8%
2Custer County, Nebraska$42,265,2050.6%1.4%
3Caddo County, Oklahoma$42,042,4400.6%2.1%
4Lincoln County, Nebraska$42,025,6510.6%2.7%
5Washita County, Oklahoma$34,314,2840.5%3.2%
6Kiowa County, Oklahoma$30,963,9380.5%3.7%
7Custer County, Oklahoma$29,839,7470.4%4.1%
8Woodward County, Oklahoma$28,555,2440.4%4.5%
9Meade County, South Dakota$28,126,3150.4%5.0%
10Holt County, Nebraska$28,002,7730.4%5.4%
11Beckham County, Oklahoma$27,869,7070.4%5.8%
12Grady County, Oklahoma$26,939,6540.4%6.2%
13Dewey County, Oklahoma$26,658,0620.4%6.6%
14Hawaii County, Hawaii$26,294,7920.4%7.0%
15Jefferson County, Oklahoma$25,685,8600.4%7.4%
16Cotton County, Oklahoma$25,229,6140.4%7.8%
17Comanche County, Oklahoma$24,316,1090.4%8.1%
18Craig County, Oklahoma$24,147,0470.4%8.5%
19Chaves County, New Mexico$23,828,6270.4%8.9%
20Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$23,713,3490.4%9.2%
21Blaine County, Oklahoma$23,508,4570.4%9.6%
22Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$23,437,7120.4%9.9%
23Bryan County, Oklahoma$22,285,3370.3%10.3%
24Major County, Oklahoma$22,209,6500.3%10.6%
25Tripp County, South Dakota$21,802,0380.3%10.9%
26Woods County, Oklahoma$20,739,9770.3%11.2%
27Sheridan County, Nebraska$20,645,5590.3%11.6%
28Beaver County, Oklahoma$20,457,3030.3%11.9%
29Tillman County, Oklahoma$19,652,2780.3%12.2%
30Garvin County, Oklahoma$19,522,4090.3%12.4%
31Osage County, Oklahoma$19,154,2940.3%12.7%
32Dawes County, Nebraska$19,134,7720.3%13.0%
33Union County, New Mexico$19,120,2730.3%13.3%
34Lincoln County, Oklahoma$19,000,9650.3%13.6%
35Campbell County, Wyoming$18,854,3350.3%13.9%
36Lea County, New Mexico$18,451,8390.3%14.2%
37Boone County, Arkansas$18,356,5350.3%14.4%
38Greer County, Oklahoma$18,109,2020.3%14.7%
39Harper County, Oklahoma$18,087,2550.3%15.0%
40Perkins County, South Dakota$18,025,9250.3%15.3%
41Haakon County, South Dakota$17,812,2020.3%15.5%
42Edwards County, Texas$17,700,4040.3%15.8%
43Clay County, Texas$17,650,2580.3%16.1%
44Ellis County, Oklahoma$17,324,7280.3%16.3%
45Stephens County, Oklahoma$17,237,6830.3%16.6%
46Choctaw County, Oklahoma$16,785,3360.3%16.8%
47Jackson County, Oklahoma$16,692,3430.3%17.1%
48Torrance County, New Mexico$16,405,1790.2%17.3%
49Rogers County, Oklahoma$16,010,3930.2%17.6%
50Fremont County, Wyoming$15,880,1700.2%17.8%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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