Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Ohio totaled $999 million from 2018-2020‡.

Counties in Ohio Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$38,101,1153.8%3.8%
2Putnam County, Ohio$32,271,3013.2%7.0%
3Pickaway County, Ohio$29,745,3623.0%10.0%
4Mercer County, Ohio$28,820,5852.9%12.9%
5Madison County, Ohio$26,441,6772.6%15.5%
6Van Wert County, Ohio$25,878,6752.6%18.1%
7Clinton County, Ohio$25,566,7632.6%20.7%
8Crawford County, Ohio$25,542,8012.6%23.2%
9Wood County, Ohio$25,459,4392.5%25.8%
10Fayette County, Ohio$25,081,3082.5%28.3%
11Seneca County, Ohio$23,360,0742.3%30.6%
12Hancock County, Ohio$23,005,8142.3%32.9%
13Shelby County, Ohio$22,750,1322.3%35.2%
14Highland County, Ohio$22,015,4282.2%37.4%
15Champaign County, Ohio$22,008,0292.2%39.6%
16Auglaize County, Ohio$21,749,7662.2%41.8%
17Preble County, Ohio$21,303,0532.1%43.9%
18Paulding County, Ohio$20,913,2642.1%46.0%
19Marion County, Ohio$20,788,3872.1%48.1%
20Wyandot County, Ohio$20,553,4642.1%50.2%
21Union County, Ohio$20,457,0222.0%52.2%
22Henry County, Ohio$20,417,8232.0%54.3%
23Huron County, Ohio$20,195,0482.0%56.3%
24Logan County, Ohio$19,705,9162.0%58.2%
25Hardin County, Ohio$19,093,8611.9%60.2%
26Miami County, Ohio$18,687,2381.9%62.0%
27Allen County, Ohio$18,354,2201.8%63.9%
28Sandusky County, Ohio$17,224,0751.7%65.6%
29Fulton County, Ohio$16,592,5421.7%67.2%
30Defiance County, Ohio$16,337,3271.6%68.9%
31Clark County, Ohio$15,915,6711.6%70.5%
32Licking County, Ohio$15,840,0681.6%72.1%
33Fairfield County, Ohio$15,684,0231.6%73.6%
34Greene County, Ohio$15,063,5821.5%75.1%
35Ross County, Ohio$14,390,2721.4%76.6%
36Williams County, Ohio$14,358,2801.4%78.0%
37Brown County, Ohio$14,238,7161.4%79.4%
38Delaware County, Ohio$13,697,1421.4%80.8%
39Morrow County, Ohio$13,399,5351.3%82.1%
40Knox County, Ohio$12,279,9601.2%83.4%
41Wayne County, Ohio$11,301,0941.1%84.5%
42Ottawa County, Ohio$9,053,1270.9%85.4%
43Clermont County, Ohio$9,045,6320.9%86.3%
44Montgomery County, Ohio$8,787,4390.9%87.2%
45Lorain County, Ohio$8,424,1740.8%88.0%
46Richland County, Ohio$8,359,4340.8%88.9%
47Erie County, Ohio$8,147,0090.8%89.7%
48Warren County, Ohio$7,926,9450.8%90.5%
49Ashland County, Ohio$7,726,7210.8%91.3%
50Butler County, Ohio$7,434,0730.7%92.0%
51Stark County, Ohio$5,916,0070.6%92.6%
52Columbiana County, Ohio$5,619,2630.6%93.2%
53Adams County, Ohio$5,394,1060.5%93.7%
54Ashtabula County, Ohio$5,298,4210.5%94.2%
55Lucas County, Ohio$5,205,8710.5%94.7%
56Medina County, Ohio$4,912,3690.5%95.2%
57Trumbull County, Ohio$4,908,8450.5%95.7%
58Coshocton County, Ohio$3,991,5770.4%96.1%
59Holmes County, Ohio$3,902,7130.4%96.5%
60Muskingum County, Ohio$3,882,1430.4%96.9%
61Tuscarawas County, Ohio$3,746,9950.4%97.3%
62Portage County, Ohio$3,495,7940.3%97.6%
63Perry County, Ohio$3,322,8650.3%98.0%
64Franklin County, Ohio$3,168,6760.3%98.3%
65Mahoning County, Ohio$3,106,7110.3%98.6%
66Scioto County, Ohio$2,487,8880.2%98.8%
67Washington County, Ohio$1,860,5970.2%99.0%
68Pike County, Ohio$1,542,1560.2%99.2%
69Carroll County, Ohio$1,307,9870.1%99.3%
70Gallia County, Ohio$885,5610.1%99.4%
71Hamilton County, Ohio$882,6410.1%99.5%
72Jackson County, Ohio$837,8870.1%99.6%
73Geauga County, Ohio$701,4760.1%99.6%
74Athens County, Ohio$566,6500.1%99.7%
75Harrison County, Ohio$503,3710.1%99.8%
76Guernsey County, Ohio$489,2080.0%99.8%
77Morgan County, Ohio$451,1570.0%99.8%
78Meigs County, Ohio$350,7740.0%99.9%
79Hocking County, Ohio$298,8120.0%99.9%
80Vinton County, Ohio$232,4350.0%99.9%
81Summit County, Ohio$192,1310.0%100.0%
82Jefferson County, Ohio$162,9890.0%100.0%
83Lawrence County, Ohio$129,8960.0%100.0%
84Lake County, Ohio$83,8530.0%100.0%
85Belmont County, Ohio$51,1760.0%100.0%
86Monroe County, Ohio$34,3160.0%100.0%
87Noble County, Ohio$16,1180.0%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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