Corn Subsidies in Ohio totaled $5.2 billion from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Ohio Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Corn Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$173,187,8803.3%3.3%
2Wood County, Ohio$157,915,0703.0%6.3%
3Pickaway County, Ohio$149,956,3642.9%9.2%
4Mercer County, Ohio$140,058,7282.7%11.8%
5Champaign County, Ohio$136,571,0702.6%14.5%
6Madison County, Ohio$134,020,3032.6%17.0%
7Fayette County, Ohio$132,675,5872.5%19.5%
8Fulton County, Ohio$130,215,5412.5%22.0%
9Clinton County, Ohio$130,085,2872.5%24.5%
10Hardin County, Ohio$125,661,6652.4%26.9%
11Seneca County, Ohio$121,849,7302.3%29.2%
12Hancock County, Ohio$121,158,1142.3%31.5%
13Preble County, Ohio$118,324,6642.3%33.8%
14Crawford County, Ohio$115,929,5582.2%36.0%
15Henry County, Ohio$112,077,3082.1%38.1%
16Van Wert County, Ohio$107,959,4562.1%40.2%
17Logan County, Ohio$106,016,6742.0%42.2%
18Wyandot County, Ohio$105,326,8932.0%44.2%
19Clark County, Ohio$103,752,7032.0%46.2%
20Huron County, Ohio$100,990,9891.9%48.1%
21Marion County, Ohio$100,708,9481.9%50.1%
22Highland County, Ohio$99,462,2951.9%51.9%
23Miami County, Ohio$98,547,3121.9%53.8%
24Sandusky County, Ohio$98,074,0351.9%55.7%
25Putnam County, Ohio$97,951,5281.9%57.6%
26Shelby County, Ohio$97,021,4791.9%59.4%
27Auglaize County, Ohio$95,850,9971.8%61.2%
28Fairfield County, Ohio$95,413,6141.8%63.1%
29Greene County, Ohio$95,125,3991.8%64.9%
30Allen County, Ohio$88,872,8781.7%66.6%
31Union County, Ohio$86,844,8111.7%68.2%
32Licking County, Ohio$84,003,6321.6%69.8%
33Paulding County, Ohio$79,613,8321.5%71.4%
34Ross County, Ohio$78,085,6481.5%72.8%
35Wayne County, Ohio$77,457,4801.5%74.3%
36Williams County, Ohio$76,641,6451.5%75.8%
37Knox County, Ohio$72,609,8131.4%77.2%
38Delaware County, Ohio$71,943,2931.4%78.5%
39Defiance County, Ohio$67,108,4871.3%79.8%
40Morrow County, Ohio$66,947,6321.3%81.1%
41Brown County, Ohio$50,761,4381.0%82.1%
42Montgomery County, Ohio$50,559,7951.0%83.0%
43Butler County, Ohio$50,342,0001.0%84.0%
44Ashland County, Ohio$50,198,3861.0%84.9%
45Richland County, Ohio$47,520,2460.9%85.8%
46Erie County, Ohio$45,918,6620.9%86.7%
47Warren County, Ohio$44,789,5590.9%87.6%
48Stark County, Ohio$40,754,8620.8%88.4%
49Coshocton County, Ohio$40,743,4360.8%89.1%
50Lorain County, Ohio$40,457,9870.8%89.9%
51Lucas County, Ohio$34,147,6680.7%90.6%
52Ottawa County, Ohio$34,145,2370.7%91.2%
53Adams County, Ohio$31,072,4170.6%91.8%
54Franklin County, Ohio$30,675,1000.6%92.4%
55Holmes County, Ohio$30,296,7330.6%93.0%
56Ashtabula County, Ohio$29,318,9560.6%93.5%
57Columbiana County, Ohio$28,726,1780.5%94.1%
58Tuscarawas County, Ohio$28,509,3380.5%94.6%
59Trumbull County, Ohio$27,766,6950.5%95.1%
60Medina County, Ohio$27,359,7410.5%95.7%
61Muskingum County, Ohio$26,726,3200.5%96.2%
62Perry County, Ohio$26,575,1160.5%96.7%
63Clermont County, Ohio$25,590,5070.5%97.2%
64Mahoning County, Ohio$19,628,3190.4%97.5%
65Portage County, Ohio$19,389,3290.4%97.9%
66Pike County, Ohio$15,150,0990.3%98.2%
67Carroll County, Ohio$14,015,1900.3%98.5%
68Washington County, Ohio$11,891,3660.2%98.7%
69Scioto County, Ohio$10,962,8290.2%98.9%
70Jackson County, Ohio$7,784,0350.1%99.1%
71Guernsey County, Ohio$5,228,8950.1%99.2%
72Hamilton County, Ohio$5,146,9060.1%99.3%
73Athens County, Ohio$4,885,4600.1%99.3%
74Meigs County, Ohio$4,661,9630.1%99.4%
75Geauga County, Ohio$4,121,3370.1%99.5%
76Harrison County, Ohio$4,038,7060.1%99.6%
77Gallia County, Ohio$3,854,5380.1%99.7%
78Morgan County, Ohio$3,852,3860.1%99.7%
79Hocking County, Ohio$3,798,5970.1%99.8%
80Jefferson County, Ohio$2,408,3210.0%99.9%
81Vinton County, Ohio$1,813,5260.0%99.9%
82Lawrence County, Ohio$1,800,2600.0%99.9%
83Summit County, Ohio$1,348,5750.0%99.9%
84Belmont County, Ohio$850,2620.0%100.0%
85Noble County, Ohio$739,1340.0%100.0%
86Monroe County, Ohio$623,8170.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$398,3860.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$31,6280.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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