Soybean Subsidies in Ashtabula County, Ohio totaled $18.9 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Ashtabula County, Ohio Receiving soybean subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$93,610,6913.2%3.2%
2Wood County, Ohio$90,766,2373.1%6.4%
3Hancock County, Ohio$81,346,4022.8%9.2%
4Putnam County, Ohio$81,121,0762.8%12.0%
5Hardin County, Ohio$77,774,1862.7%14.7%
6Madison County, Ohio$75,581,0412.6%17.3%
7Pickaway County, Ohio$75,275,6122.6%20.0%
8Seneca County, Ohio$73,709,6922.6%22.5%
9Crawford County, Ohio$71,521,6182.5%25.0%
10Van Wert County, Ohio$69,609,8182.4%27.4%
11Mercer County, Ohio$67,717,7012.3%29.8%
12Fayette County, Ohio$66,834,0122.3%32.1%
13Marion County, Ohio$64,762,1402.2%34.3%
14Paulding County, Ohio$63,423,8342.2%36.5%
15Union County, Ohio$62,799,2502.2%38.7%
16Wyandot County, Ohio$62,754,6712.2%40.9%
17Auglaize County, Ohio$62,018,4332.2%43.0%
18Logan County, Ohio$61,493,4712.1%45.2%
19Henry County, Ohio$60,598,2002.1%47.3%
20Huron County, Ohio$59,701,1632.1%49.3%
21Clinton County, Ohio$59,406,1112.1%51.4%
22Defiance County, Ohio$59,335,4082.1%53.5%
23Shelby County, Ohio$58,881,6342.0%55.5%
24Sandusky County, Ohio$56,278,1592.0%57.5%
25Highland County, Ohio$55,668,0141.9%59.4%
26Champaign County, Ohio$55,007,2411.9%61.3%
27Allen County, Ohio$52,650,6311.8%63.1%
28Preble County, Ohio$51,910,7491.8%64.9%
29Fulton County, Ohio$51,277,4061.8%66.7%
30Miami County, Ohio$49,266,0661.7%68.4%
31Brown County, Ohio$49,013,3211.7%70.1%
32Delaware County, Ohio$46,354,4601.6%71.7%
33Williams County, Ohio$44,533,1061.5%73.3%
34Clark County, Ohio$44,142,3031.5%74.8%
35Morrow County, Ohio$43,598,8661.5%76.3%
36Licking County, Ohio$40,720,4381.4%77.7%
37Ottawa County, Ohio$39,674,1501.4%79.1%
38Greene County, Ohio$38,784,6161.3%80.4%
39Fairfield County, Ohio$37,329,4941.3%81.7%
40Ross County, Ohio$37,056,3611.3%83.0%
41Lorain County, Ohio$35,862,6221.2%84.3%
42Knox County, Ohio$31,641,4141.1%85.4%
43Clermont County, Ohio$28,343,0751.0%86.3%
44Montgomery County, Ohio$26,678,6540.9%87.3%
45Wayne County, Ohio$25,818,1330.9%88.2%
46Richland County, Ohio$25,505,2410.9%89.0%
47Warren County, Ohio$24,689,8580.9%89.9%
48Butler County, Ohio$23,079,5330.8%90.7%
49Erie County, Ohio$21,497,9430.7%91.4%
50Ashland County, Ohio$21,240,5730.7%92.2%
51Medina County, Ohio$20,673,8360.7%92.9%
52Lucas County, Ohio$19,700,0430.7%93.6%
53Ashtabula County, Ohio$18,910,9310.7%94.2%
54Stark County, Ohio$17,886,0820.6%94.9%
55Franklin County, Ohio$17,525,9200.6%95.5%
56Trumbull County, Ohio$14,447,4450.5%96.0%
57Adams County, Ohio$11,642,1590.4%96.4%
58Columbiana County, Ohio$11,473,8310.4%96.8%
59Portage County, Ohio$10,808,5470.4%97.1%
60Perry County, Ohio$9,194,5330.3%97.5%
61Scioto County, Ohio$8,789,0250.3%97.8%
62Mahoning County, Ohio$7,740,9910.3%98.0%
63Coshocton County, Ohio$7,730,3180.3%98.3%
64Holmes County, Ohio$7,525,8540.3%98.6%
65Muskingum County, Ohio$7,347,6320.3%98.8%
66Tuscarawas County, Ohio$7,105,3490.2%99.1%
67Pike County, Ohio$5,990,1170.2%99.3%
68Carroll County, Ohio$4,620,5910.2%99.4%
69Washington County, Ohio$3,203,7490.1%99.5%
70Hamilton County, Ohio$2,346,7170.1%99.6%
71Jackson County, Ohio$1,596,9910.1%99.7%
72Geauga County, Ohio$1,356,5340.0%99.7%
73Gallia County, Ohio$1,324,2830.0%99.8%
74Hocking County, Ohio$1,169,6520.0%99.8%
75Athens County, Ohio$1,112,8370.0%99.9%
76Guernsey County, Ohio$918,3380.0%99.9%
77Meigs County, Ohio$893,7310.0%99.9%
78Harrison County, Ohio$486,3940.0%99.9%
79Summit County, Ohio$444,3260.0%100.0%
80Lawrence County, Ohio$417,0290.0%100.0%
81Morgan County, Ohio$389,4080.0%100.0%
82Vinton County, Ohio$357,5180.0%100.0%
83Jefferson County, Ohio$140,7080.0%100.0%
84Lake County, Ohio$45,9800.0%100.0%
85Cuyahoga County, Ohio$33,9750.0%100.0%
86Noble County, Ohio$19,7520.0%100.0%
87Belmont County, Ohio$5,6300.0%100.0%
88Monroe County, Ohio$3,0390.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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