Commodity subsidies in Ohio totaled $5.4 billion from 1995-2014.

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Counties in Ohio Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2014

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$174,431,3033.2%3.2%
2Wood County, Ohio$172,023,8593.2%6.4%
3Mercer County, Ohio$159,404,9103.0%9.4%
4Hancock County, Ohio$141,486,7632.6%12.0%
5Pickaway County, Ohio$136,459,9792.5%14.6%
6Putnam County, Ohio$134,954,4472.5%17.1%
7Henry County, Ohio$131,181,1332.4%19.5%
8Van Wert County, Ohio$130,875,1982.4%22.0%
9Seneca County, Ohio$129,897,0972.4%24.4%
10Madison County, Ohio$126,907,2192.4%26.7%
11Fayette County, Ohio$125,187,7072.3%29.1%
12Fulton County, Ohio$124,299,6912.3%31.4%
13Crawford County, Ohio$122,509,5852.3%33.6%
14Champaign County, Ohio$121,683,9382.3%35.9%
15Clinton County, Ohio$121,213,0492.3%38.2%
16Hardin County, Ohio$119,106,7602.2%40.4%
17Marion County, Ohio$109,932,7122.0%42.4%
18Wyandot County, Ohio$109,565,7902.0%44.5%
19Auglaize County, Ohio$109,201,4922.0%46.5%
20Shelby County, Ohio$107,347,7472.0%48.5%
21Paulding County, Ohio$107,337,8382.0%50.5%
22Preble County, Ohio$106,956,8142.0%52.5%
23Logan County, Ohio$100,454,8141.9%54.3%
24Huron County, Ohio$99,480,8191.8%56.2%
25Union County, Ohio$97,097,4721.8%58.0%
26Sandusky County, Ohio$96,427,9571.8%59.8%
27Miami County, Ohio$96,231,1531.8%61.6%
28Allen County, Ohio$93,204,4801.7%63.3%
29Highland County, Ohio$93,152,7331.7%65.0%
30Clark County, Ohio$91,283,9921.7%66.7%
31Wayne County, Ohio$87,641,8001.6%68.4%
32Defiance County, Ohio$87,052,2811.6%70.0%
33Fairfield County, Ohio$85,976,2811.6%71.6%
34Williams County, Ohio$83,421,7131.6%73.1%
35Greene County, Ohio$82,496,4951.5%74.7%
36Ross County, Ohio$77,089,6681.4%76.1%
37Delaware County, Ohio$74,546,9761.4%77.5%
38Licking County, Ohio$73,795,3681.4%78.8%
39Morrow County, Ohio$68,269,1701.3%80.1%
40Knox County, Ohio$67,150,5661.2%81.4%
41Brown County, Ohio$61,971,0661.2%82.5%
42Ashland County, Ohio$49,202,2530.9%83.4%
43Montgomery County, Ohio$48,494,4040.9%84.3%
44Erie County, Ohio$46,785,5680.9%85.2%
45Richland County, Ohio$46,532,5590.9%86.1%
46Butler County, Ohio$44,101,6050.8%86.9%
47Lorain County, Ohio$42,854,3150.8%87.7%
48Ottawa County, Ohio$42,186,5090.8%88.5%
49Stark County, Ohio$41,678,7890.8%89.2%
50Warren County, Ohio$38,706,7770.7%90.0%
51Lucas County, Ohio$35,109,9050.7%90.6%
52Coshocton County, Ohio$33,981,1430.6%91.2%
53Adams County, Ohio$33,740,5390.6%91.9%
54Holmes County, Ohio$31,950,3250.6%92.5%
55Columbiana County, Ohio$31,605,3130.6%93.1%
56Franklin County, Ohio$31,466,3290.6%93.6%
57Tuscarawas County, Ohio$30,144,8600.6%94.2%
58Trumbull County, Ohio$29,035,6970.5%94.7%
59Clermont County, Ohio$28,567,7150.5%95.3%
60Ashtabula County, Ohio$28,270,9040.5%95.8%
61Medina County, Ohio$27,535,3510.5%96.3%
62Muskingum County, Ohio$21,087,9710.4%96.7%
63Perry County, Ohio$19,928,6340.4%97.1%
64Portage County, Ohio$19,251,2030.4%97.4%
65Mahoning County, Ohio$18,842,1230.4%97.8%
66Pike County, Ohio$13,392,1690.2%98.0%
67Carroll County, Ohio$12,814,3970.2%98.3%
68Scioto County, Ohio$12,718,4540.2%98.5%
69Washington County, Ohio$12,586,7240.2%98.7%
70Jackson County, Ohio$7,075,6980.1%98.9%
71Gallia County, Ohio$6,473,3100.1%99.0%
72Guernsey County, Ohio$5,520,1480.1%99.1%
73Geauga County, Ohio$5,416,2060.1%99.2%
74Hamilton County, Ohio$5,320,3910.1%99.3%
75Morgan County, Ohio$4,829,3270.1%99.4%
76Athens County, Ohio$4,727,3040.1%99.5%
77Harrison County, Ohio$4,691,2800.1%99.6%
78Meigs County, Ohio$4,661,0030.1%99.6%
79Jefferson County, Ohio$3,420,5560.1%99.7%
80Hocking County, Ohio$2,950,0160.1%99.8%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$2,948,9060.1%99.8%
82Belmont County, Ohio$2,738,3410.1%99.9%
83Monroe County, Ohio$1,931,8580.0%99.9%
84Summit County, Ohio$1,919,3630.0%99.9%
85Vinton County, Ohio$1,834,7970.0%100.0%
86Noble County, Ohio$980,7690.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$514,6670.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$56,5970.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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