Mkt. Loss Asst. - Commodity Crops payments in Carroll County, Ohio totaled $1.1 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Carroll County, Ohio Receiving Mkt. Loss Asst. - Commodity Crops payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Mkt. Loss Asst. - Commodity Crops
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wood County, Ohio$17,161,0853.4%3.4%
2Pickaway County, Ohio$14,634,8482.9%6.2%
3Darke County, Ohio$14,089,0812.8%9.0%
4Hancock County, Ohio$13,581,1492.7%11.6%
5Mercer County, Ohio$13,110,9452.6%14.2%
6Clinton County, Ohio$12,938,8352.5%16.7%
7Fayette County, Ohio$12,843,6062.5%19.3%
8Henry County, Ohio$12,619,5202.5%21.7%
9Van Wert County, Ohio$12,422,0222.4%24.2%
10Champaign County, Ohio$12,363,6482.4%26.6%
11Fulton County, Ohio$12,169,1892.4%29.0%
12Seneca County, Ohio$11,771,0802.3%31.3%
13Madison County, Ohio$11,759,2372.3%33.6%
14Hardin County, Ohio$11,425,3492.2%35.8%
15Crawford County, Ohio$11,170,5702.2%38.0%
16Marion County, Ohio$11,015,4362.2%40.2%
17Putnam County, Ohio$10,895,5922.1%42.3%
18Paulding County, Ohio$10,820,2512.1%44.4%
19Wyandot County, Ohio$10,455,5862.0%46.5%
20Preble County, Ohio$10,281,6312.0%48.5%
21Highland County, Ohio$10,227,8482.0%50.5%
22Huron County, Ohio$9,517,0811.9%52.3%
23Logan County, Ohio$9,496,6971.9%54.2%
24Auglaize County, Ohio$9,417,8281.8%56.0%
25Union County, Ohio$9,355,1911.8%57.9%
26Fairfield County, Ohio$9,342,8921.8%59.7%
27Clark County, Ohio$9,210,0651.8%61.5%
28Shelby County, Ohio$8,779,3211.7%63.2%
29Sandusky County, Ohio$8,768,7281.7%64.9%
30Greene County, Ohio$8,624,6841.7%66.6%
31Ross County, Ohio$8,539,0711.7%68.3%
32Miami County, Ohio$8,351,0501.6%69.9%
33Allen County, Ohio$8,282,0261.6%71.5%
34Defiance County, Ohio$8,005,6721.6%73.1%
35Williams County, Ohio$7,969,4281.6%74.7%
36Delaware County, Ohio$7,730,6781.5%76.2%
37Licking County, Ohio$7,114,5611.4%77.6%
38Wayne County, Ohio$6,923,4451.4%78.9%
39Morrow County, Ohio$6,695,1321.3%80.3%
40Knox County, Ohio$6,567,4131.3%81.5%
41Brown County, Ohio$4,948,1361.0%82.5%
42Butler County, Ohio$4,784,0320.9%83.4%
43Erie County, Ohio$4,738,6480.9%84.4%
44Montgomery County, Ohio$4,645,3580.9%85.3%
45Ashland County, Ohio$4,498,6650.9%86.2%
46Richland County, Ohio$4,399,9310.9%87.0%
47Warren County, Ohio$4,215,8200.8%87.8%
48Franklin County, Ohio$3,861,5690.8%88.6%
49Ottawa County, Ohio$3,856,8560.8%89.4%
50Coshocton County, Ohio$3,853,0950.8%90.1%
51Lorain County, Ohio$3,648,1620.7%90.8%
52Adams County, Ohio$3,555,9170.7%91.5%
53Lucas County, Ohio$3,367,5860.7%92.2%
54Stark County, Ohio$3,352,2260.7%92.8%
55Trumbull County, Ohio$2,575,5310.5%93.3%
56Tuscarawas County, Ohio$2,569,7420.5%93.8%
57Medina County, Ohio$2,519,9570.5%94.3%
58Ashtabula County, Ohio$2,518,1710.5%94.8%
59Muskingum County, Ohio$2,378,4700.5%95.3%
60Columbiana County, Ohio$2,288,2660.4%95.7%
61Holmes County, Ohio$2,282,0230.4%96.2%
62Perry County, Ohio$2,008,7500.4%96.6%
63Clermont County, Ohio$1,988,0030.4%97.0%
64Portage County, Ohio$1,927,8700.4%97.4%
65Pike County, Ohio$1,769,3200.3%97.7%
66Mahoning County, Ohio$1,518,4440.3%98.0%
67Carroll County, Ohio$1,126,9780.2%98.2%
68Scioto County, Ohio$1,120,0270.2%98.4%
69Washington County, Ohio$1,103,2880.2%98.7%
70Jackson County, Ohio$930,5050.2%98.8%
71Guernsey County, Ohio$613,0700.1%99.0%
72Meigs County, Ohio$546,9690.1%99.1%
73Hamilton County, Ohio$523,3270.1%99.2%
74Harrison County, Ohio$522,4640.1%99.3%
75Morgan County, Ohio$514,1730.1%99.4%
76Athens County, Ohio$510,0040.1%99.5%
77Geauga County, Ohio$414,8980.1%99.5%
78Jefferson County, Ohio$410,9130.1%99.6%
79Gallia County, Ohio$394,1310.1%99.7%
80Hocking County, Ohio$369,4090.1%99.8%
81Vinton County, Ohio$234,2000.0%99.8%
82Lawrence County, Ohio$231,9570.0%99.9%
83Summit County, Ohio$208,1770.0%99.9%
84Belmont County, Ohio$154,6890.0%99.9%
85Noble County, Ohio$120,4410.0%100.0%
86Monroe County, Ohio$102,1050.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$76,1450.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$4,4960.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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