Commodity subsidies in Ashtabula County, Ohio totaled $38.5 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Ashtabula County, Ohio Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$246,208,6343.3%3.3%
2Wood County, Ohio$235,908,1733.1%6.4%
3Mercer County, Ohio$220,398,8332.9%9.4%
4Pickaway County, Ohio$194,518,7192.6%12.0%
5Putnam County, Ohio$192,278,6882.6%14.5%
6Hancock County, Ohio$190,451,6752.5%17.1%
7Crawford County, Ohio$181,181,8972.4%19.5%
8Madison County, Ohio$180,801,0822.4%21.9%
9Van Wert County, Ohio$178,055,7682.4%24.3%
10Henry County, Ohio$176,977,5452.4%26.7%
11Fayette County, Ohio$175,751,3212.3%29.0%
12Seneca County, Ohio$175,692,2682.3%31.3%
13Clinton County, Ohio$169,572,8162.3%33.6%
14Champaign County, Ohio$168,077,9922.2%35.8%
15Hardin County, Ohio$167,609,5212.2%38.1%
16Fulton County, Ohio$167,436,0532.2%40.3%
17Auglaize County, Ohio$155,439,7772.1%42.4%
18Shelby County, Ohio$155,034,5762.1%44.5%
19Marion County, Ohio$152,680,7952.0%46.5%
20Wyandot County, Ohio$152,309,3412.0%48.5%
21Preble County, Ohio$147,254,1122.0%50.5%
22Paulding County, Ohio$144,459,6341.9%52.4%
23Logan County, Ohio$143,951,4631.9%54.4%
24Huron County, Ohio$139,228,8401.9%56.2%
25Highland County, Ohio$138,615,4431.9%58.1%
26Sandusky County, Ohio$136,596,7861.8%59.9%
27Union County, Ohio$135,284,7811.8%61.7%
28Miami County, Ohio$132,530,7291.8%63.5%
29Allen County, Ohio$129,808,6061.7%65.2%
30Clark County, Ohio$124,514,7631.7%66.9%
31Wayne County, Ohio$122,373,9351.6%68.5%
32Fairfield County, Ohio$121,211,0751.6%70.1%
33Defiance County, Ohio$116,833,5091.6%71.7%
34Greene County, Ohio$115,793,9241.5%73.2%
35Williams County, Ohio$114,370,6101.5%74.7%
36Licking County, Ohio$107,257,8741.4%76.2%
37Ross County, Ohio$106,971,4791.4%77.6%
38Delaware County, Ohio$102,375,7671.4%79.0%
39Morrow County, Ohio$98,146,0431.3%80.3%
40Knox County, Ohio$94,447,8751.3%81.5%
41Brown County, Ohio$87,253,0951.2%82.7%
42Ashland County, Ohio$69,568,7920.9%83.6%
43Erie County, Ohio$63,972,5060.9%84.5%
44Montgomery County, Ohio$63,872,4400.9%85.3%
45Richland County, Ohio$63,820,5360.9%86.2%
46Ottawa County, Ohio$62,538,1560.8%87.0%
47Lorain County, Ohio$61,020,9000.8%87.8%
48Butler County, Ohio$58,517,3500.8%88.6%
49Stark County, Ohio$57,393,9160.8%89.4%
50Warren County, Ohio$54,441,1020.7%90.1%
51Lucas County, Ohio$48,214,1030.6%90.7%
52Columbiana County, Ohio$46,428,0260.6%91.4%
53Coshocton County, Ohio$45,888,3000.6%92.0%
54Adams County, Ohio$45,369,3710.6%92.6%
55Holmes County, Ohio$44,967,4910.6%93.2%
56Clermont County, Ohio$43,705,4850.6%93.8%
57Tuscarawas County, Ohio$42,289,8290.6%94.3%
58Trumbull County, Ohio$39,933,3230.5%94.9%
59Franklin County, Ohio$39,702,2550.5%95.4%
60Ashtabula County, Ohio$38,522,7970.5%95.9%
61Medina County, Ohio$37,758,4690.5%96.4%
62Muskingum County, Ohio$30,575,8520.4%96.8%
63Perry County, Ohio$27,707,8640.4%97.2%
64Portage County, Ohio$27,568,2070.4%97.6%
65Mahoning County, Ohio$27,395,9320.4%97.9%
66Scioto County, Ohio$17,506,4130.2%98.2%
67Pike County, Ohio$17,048,8790.2%98.4%
68Washington County, Ohio$16,945,0390.2%98.6%
69Carroll County, Ohio$15,955,5660.2%98.8%
70Jackson County, Ohio$9,727,3750.1%99.0%
71Gallia County, Ohio$8,572,6870.1%99.1%
72Geauga County, Ohio$7,627,0020.1%99.2%
73Hamilton County, Ohio$6,944,0690.1%99.3%
74Guernsey County, Ohio$6,803,5650.1%99.4%
75Athens County, Ohio$6,660,5220.1%99.4%
76Harrison County, Ohio$6,055,2020.1%99.5%
77Morgan County, Ohio$6,003,8510.1%99.6%
78Meigs County, Ohio$5,608,2150.1%99.7%
79Hocking County, Ohio$4,114,3280.1%99.7%
80Jefferson County, Ohio$3,976,4910.1%99.8%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$3,506,7170.0%99.8%
82Belmont County, Ohio$3,119,4070.0%99.9%
83Vinton County, Ohio$2,524,5390.0%99.9%
84Summit County, Ohio$2,519,7860.0%99.9%
85Monroe County, Ohio$2,202,6380.0%100.0%
86Noble County, Ohio$1,118,4370.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$642,4280.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$70,0010.0%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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