USDA subsidies in Gallia County, Ohio totaled $15.3 million from 1995-2019‡.

Total USDA - Subsidies in Gallia County, Ohio by county, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$335,573,6603.1%3.1%
2Wood County, Ohio$325,828,2333.0%6.1%
3Pickaway County, Ohio$308,511,7212.8%8.9%
4Mercer County, Ohio$292,919,4202.7%11.6%
5Hardin County, Ohio$264,447,8222.4%14.0%
6Seneca County, Ohio$256,737,2562.4%16.4%
7Hancock County, Ohio$256,447,7272.4%18.7%
8Madison County, Ohio$254,935,7742.3%21.1%
9Fayette County, Ohio$246,943,6402.3%23.4%
10Putnam County, Ohio$240,939,6252.2%25.6%
11Crawford County, Ohio$236,237,6162.2%27.7%
12Highland County, Ohio$234,703,7912.2%29.9%
13Champaign County, Ohio$232,015,6862.1%32.0%
14Wyandot County, Ohio$228,877,3842.1%34.1%
15Marion County, Ohio$227,634,4932.1%36.2%
16Clinton County, Ohio$225,181,0752.1%38.3%
17Logan County, Ohio$224,229,7022.1%40.3%
18Auglaize County, Ohio$222,229,9182.0%42.4%
19Ross County, Ohio$219,713,3212.0%44.4%
20Van Wert County, Ohio$219,279,9672.0%46.4%
21Fulton County, Ohio$217,512,7022.0%48.4%
22Henry County, Ohio$217,471,5342.0%50.4%
23Shelby County, Ohio$210,412,5121.9%52.3%
24Paulding County, Ohio$209,668,0401.9%54.3%
25Huron County, Ohio$207,849,2511.9%56.2%
26Preble County, Ohio$207,292,4191.9%58.1%
27Union County, Ohio$205,712,5301.9%60.0%
28Williams County, Ohio$198,895,9731.8%61.8%
29Defiance County, Ohio$198,693,4841.8%63.6%
30Sandusky County, Ohio$188,816,9261.7%65.4%
31Allen County, Ohio$184,945,0061.7%67.1%
32Miami County, Ohio$175,687,6511.6%68.7%
33Clark County, Ohio$172,757,6171.6%70.3%
34Fairfield County, Ohio$167,338,6901.5%71.8%
35Greene County, Ohio$152,281,7181.4%73.2%
36Licking County, Ohio$149,624,3821.4%74.6%
37Wayne County, Ohio$143,186,8791.3%75.9%
38Delaware County, Ohio$140,901,8271.3%77.2%
39Morrow County, Ohio$140,505,0881.3%78.5%
40Brown County, Ohio$134,036,9321.2%79.7%
41Knox County, Ohio$131,180,2481.2%80.9%
42Ottawa County, Ohio$110,822,2281.0%81.9%
43Ohio NRCS$103,202,2290.9%82.9%
44Lorain County, Ohio$100,083,6050.9%83.8%
45Richland County, Ohio$95,026,8630.9%84.7%
46Ashland County, Ohio$94,453,2530.9%85.5%
47Butler County, Ohio$94,255,7990.9%86.4%
48Montgomery County, Ohio$93,087,1600.9%87.2%
49Erie County, Ohio$84,958,0760.8%88.0%
50Warren County, Ohio$82,054,2710.8%88.8%
51Stark County, Ohio$77,416,9150.7%89.5%
52Adams County, Ohio$69,852,2730.6%90.1%
53Lucas County, Ohio$68,545,3440.6%90.8%
54Ashtabula County, Ohio$67,012,7880.6%91.4%
55Clermont County, Ohio$64,403,4440.6%92.0%
56Coshocton County, Ohio$63,524,9480.6%92.6%
57Columbiana County, Ohio$60,504,6230.6%93.1%
58Medina County, Ohio$59,337,8850.5%93.7%
59Franklin County, Ohio$56,807,4810.5%94.2%
60Holmes County, Ohio$55,817,2370.5%94.7%
61Trumbull County, Ohio$52,092,7490.5%95.2%
62Muskingum County, Ohio$51,066,8100.5%95.6%
63Tuscarawas County, Ohio$50,263,9150.5%96.1%
64Perry County, Ohio$44,253,4800.4%96.5%
65Portage County, Ohio$37,245,8290.3%96.8%
66Meigs County, Ohio$36,083,1240.3%97.2%
67Mahoning County, Ohio$35,835,5190.3%97.5%
68Pike County, Ohio$34,094,0450.3%97.8%
69Scioto County, Ohio$33,525,4790.3%98.1%
70Carroll County, Ohio$27,621,2640.3%98.4%
71Washington County, Ohio$25,891,3750.2%98.6%
72Gallia County, Ohio$15,275,6980.1%98.8%
73Jackson County, Ohio$14,339,4740.1%98.9%
74Athens County, Ohio$12,589,2920.1%99.0%
75Guernsey County, Ohio$12,020,5750.1%99.1%
76Morgan County, Ohio$11,751,1170.1%99.2%
77Geauga County, Ohio$10,918,0560.1%99.3%
78Harrison County, Ohio$10,861,9000.1%99.4%
79Hamilton County, Ohio$9,400,1150.1%99.5%
80Hocking County, Ohio$7,789,3620.1%99.6%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$7,586,4450.1%99.7%
82Jefferson County, Ohio$7,104,3840.1%99.7%
83Lake County, Ohio$5,633,4120.1%99.8%
84Belmont County, Ohio$5,624,1800.1%99.8%
85Vinton County, Ohio$4,878,9300.0%99.9%
86Summit County, Ohio$3,923,5850.0%99.9%
87Monroe County, Ohio$3,548,1570.0%99.9%
88Noble County, Ohio$3,470,2520.0%100.0%
89Cuyahoga County, Ohio$192,3390.0%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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