Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in 18th District of Texas (Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee) totaled $0 in 2018

States Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2018

Rank State Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Oklahoma$99,109,15919.2%19.2%
2Texas$72,575,72114.0%33.2%
3Missouri$65,894,77512.7%46.0%
4Kansas$47,762,0959.2%55.2%
5Montana$36,591,5327.1%62.3%
6New Mexico$21,208,4224.1%66.4%
7Colorado$20,544,5264.0%70.4%
8North Dakota$16,992,0243.3%73.6%
9Utah$16,606,4313.2%76.9%
10Florida$15,422,4073.0%79.8%
11South Dakota$13,135,7052.5%82.4%
12California$12,503,4352.4%84.8%
13Arizona$10,210,0652.0%86.8%
14Arkansas$9,717,3531.9%88.7%
15Alabama$9,301,4481.8%90.5%
16Oregon$9,205,6961.8%92.2%
17Iowa$8,380,6661.6%93.9%
18Georgia$6,511,9971.3%95.1%
19Louisiana$4,337,3060.8%96.0%
20Minnesota$3,264,4580.6%96.6%
21Idaho$2,954,6480.6%97.2%
22Wyoming$2,640,0880.5%97.7%
23Hawaii$2,264,4870.4%98.1%
24Nebraska$1,206,1350.2%98.3%
25Mississippi$1,077,2990.2%98.5%
26New York$849,4160.2%98.7%
27North Carolina$825,7070.2%98.9%
28Washington$802,0930.2%99.0%
29Pennsylvania$758,8750.1%99.2%
30Nevada$754,6590.1%99.3%
31Massachusetts$705,1940.1%99.5%
32Wisconsin$650,7620.1%99.6%
33New Jersey$318,1850.1%99.6%
34South Carolina$304,9800.1%99.7%
35Michigan$247,6260.0%99.8%
36Virginia$229,5120.0%99.8%
37Ohio$206,2720.0%99.8%
38Maine$197,5880.0%99.9%
39West Virginia$190,3880.0%99.9%
40Indiana$142,1190.0%99.9%
41Vermont$113,0260.0%100.0%
42Illinois$112,4160.0%100.0%
43Kentucky$95,0530.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$91,3290.0%100.0%
45Rhode Island$2,9310.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$2,7630.0%100.0%
47Tennessee$-98,900-0.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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