Barbour County highlighted on the map of Alabama
AGRICULTURE DIRECT LOSSES
Estimated Economic Loss by Commodity
Cotton ($3,314,819)
Livestock ($2,130,484)
Peanut ($303,062)
Horticulture ($135,000)
Pecan ($90,000)
Soybean ($76,325)
Timber ($47,022)
Corn ($8,224)
Farm infrastructure -
Irrigation infrastructure -
Pine straw -
Poultry -
COUNTY TOTAL ($6,104,936)
Hurricane Michael Impact in Alabama

Barbour County Economic Impact

cotton on the ground after Hurricane Michael

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The following table breaks down the total impacts by associated round of economic activity for all affected industries.

IMPACT TYPE EMPLOYMENT LABOR INCOME OUTPUT
Direct effect -56 ($3,501,616) ($6,104,936)
Indirect effect -22 ($766,509) ($2,325,542)
Induced effect -16 ($451,625) ($1,882,376)
TOTAL EFFECT -94 ($4,719,750) ($10,312,854)

Indirect effects are those experienced by all participants in the supply chain except for the directly affected industries. It includes suppliers and those who supply the suppliers.

Induced or household effects are from the absence of household spending due to loss of business activity.

Taxes (Federal, State & Local)
($765,951)