Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Ashtabula County, Ohio totaled $3.7 million from 2018-2019‡.

Counties in Ashtabula County, Ohio Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$24,806,3293.7%3.7%
2Pickaway County, Ohio$19,743,5242.9%6.6%
3Mercer County, Ohio$19,496,9562.9%9.5%
4Putnam County, Ohio$19,280,0622.9%12.3%
5Wood County, Ohio$19,047,9102.8%15.2%
6Crawford County, Ohio$17,885,9782.6%17.8%
7Madison County, Ohio$17,625,1452.6%20.4%
8Van Wert County, Ohio$17,355,1432.6%23.0%
9Clinton County, Ohio$17,110,3712.5%25.5%
10Hancock County, Ohio$16,971,1542.5%28.0%
11Fayette County, Ohio$16,253,9952.4%30.4%
12Seneca County, Ohio$15,309,0922.3%32.7%
13Auglaize County, Ohio$15,110,0322.2%34.9%
14Highland County, Ohio$14,995,1592.2%37.1%
15Champaign County, Ohio$14,933,5232.2%39.4%
16Shelby County, Ohio$14,905,7222.2%41.6%
17Paulding County, Ohio$14,843,1972.2%43.8%
18Marion County, Ohio$14,539,0262.2%45.9%
19Logan County, Ohio$14,480,6382.1%48.1%
20Union County, Ohio$14,327,9272.1%50.2%
21Wyandot County, Ohio$14,286,9882.1%52.3%
22Preble County, Ohio$14,201,2272.1%54.4%
23Huron County, Ohio$14,093,8492.1%56.5%
24Hardin County, Ohio$13,930,2182.1%58.5%
25Henry County, Ohio$13,448,6202.0%60.5%
26Allen County, Ohio$12,533,8211.9%62.4%
27Miami County, Ohio$11,976,9831.8%64.2%
28Fulton County, Ohio$11,581,3081.7%65.9%
29Defiance County, Ohio$11,499,6551.7%67.6%
30Sandusky County, Ohio$11,407,9361.7%69.3%
31Clark County, Ohio$10,807,5011.6%70.9%
32Brown County, Ohio$10,022,0591.5%72.3%
33Greene County, Ohio$9,965,3111.5%73.8%
34Licking County, Ohio$9,933,3581.5%75.3%
35Williams County, Ohio$9,933,0501.5%76.8%
36Delaware County, Ohio$9,725,3201.4%78.2%
37Fairfield County, Ohio$9,698,4551.4%79.6%
38Morrow County, Ohio$9,606,0951.4%81.1%
39Ross County, Ohio$9,341,9281.4%82.4%
40Knox County, Ohio$8,528,5581.3%83.7%
41Ottawa County, Ohio$6,589,2661.0%84.7%
42Wayne County, Ohio$6,370,9030.9%85.6%
43Lorain County, Ohio$5,883,5620.9%86.5%
44Clermont County, Ohio$5,694,0660.8%87.3%
45Montgomery County, Ohio$5,562,5950.8%88.2%
46Warren County, Ohio$5,550,9490.8%89.0%
47Erie County, Ohio$5,364,0690.8%89.8%
48Richland County, Ohio$5,295,9130.8%90.6%
49Butler County, Ohio$4,990,1050.7%91.3%
50Ashland County, Ohio$4,633,0390.7%92.0%
51Stark County, Ohio$4,027,1110.6%92.6%
52Ashtabula County, Ohio$3,748,9370.6%93.1%
53Columbiana County, Ohio$3,732,0650.6%93.7%
54Adams County, Ohio$3,701,2150.5%94.2%
55Lucas County, Ohio$3,663,6450.5%94.8%
56Trumbull County, Ohio$3,438,1770.5%95.3%
57Medina County, Ohio$3,418,0880.5%95.8%
58Coshocton County, Ohio$2,720,1670.4%96.2%
59Holmes County, Ohio$2,662,5120.4%96.6%
60Muskingum County, Ohio$2,587,9200.4%97.0%
61Portage County, Ohio$2,585,2690.4%97.3%
62Tuscarawas County, Ohio$2,544,0830.4%97.7%
63Mahoning County, Ohio$2,169,7380.3%98.0%
64Franklin County, Ohio$2,148,3440.3%98.4%
65Perry County, Ohio$2,019,6930.3%98.7%
66Scioto County, Ohio$1,507,2240.2%98.9%
67Washington County, Ohio$1,209,6700.2%99.1%
68Pike County, Ohio$1,061,5940.2%99.2%
69Carroll County, Ohio$821,8910.1%99.3%
70Gallia County, Ohio$582,4910.1%99.4%
71Hamilton County, Ohio$575,8590.1%99.5%
72Jackson County, Ohio$555,0510.1%99.6%
73Geauga County, Ohio$503,9110.1%99.7%
74Athens County, Ohio$391,8540.1%99.7%
75Harrison County, Ohio$337,4510.0%99.8%
76Morgan County, Ohio$295,1710.0%99.8%
77Guernsey County, Ohio$280,6220.0%99.9%
78Meigs County, Ohio$211,0920.0%99.9%
79Hocking County, Ohio$173,6990.0%99.9%
80Summit County, Ohio$130,6960.0%99.9%
81Vinton County, Ohio$119,4680.0%100.0%
82Jefferson County, Ohio$107,1860.0%100.0%
83Lawrence County, Ohio$79,2080.0%100.0%
84Lake County, Ohio$47,6670.0%100.0%
85Belmont County, Ohio$29,3790.0%100.0%
86Monroe County, Ohio$11,6570.0%100.0%
87Noble County, Ohio$2,6490.0%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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