USDA subsidies in Jefferson County, Ohio totaled $6.9 million from 1995-2017.

Total USDA - Subsidies in Jefferson County, Ohio by county, 1995-2017

Rank County Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Darke County, Ohio$300,694,3023.0%3.0%
2Wood County, Ohio$296,033,2393.0%6.0%
3Pickaway County, Ohio$281,769,1572.8%8.8%
4Mercer County, Ohio$265,293,3982.7%11.5%
5Hardin County, Ohio$240,224,7082.4%13.9%
6Seneca County, Ohio$234,535,5532.4%16.3%
7Hancock County, Ohio$234,412,9222.4%18.6%
8Madison County, Ohio$232,301,3292.3%21.0%
9Fayette County, Ohio$225,674,1782.3%23.3%
10Putnam County, Ohio$214,820,3362.2%25.4%
11Champaign County, Ohio$212,562,8352.1%27.6%
12Crawford County, Ohio$211,987,3492.1%29.7%
13Highland County, Ohio$211,199,6012.1%31.8%
14Wyandot County, Ohio$209,099,0102.1%33.9%
15Marion County, Ohio$206,922,7972.1%36.0%
16Logan County, Ohio$204,516,2282.1%38.1%
17Clinton County, Ohio$204,243,6892.1%40.1%
18Ross County, Ohio$202,307,1192.0%42.2%
19Fulton County, Ohio$201,186,7042.0%44.2%
20Auglaize County, Ohio$200,920,9272.0%46.2%
21Henry County, Ohio$198,111,8512.0%48.2%
22Van Wert County, Ohio$195,501,8242.0%50.2%
23Shelby County, Ohio$191,085,1451.9%52.1%
24Huron County, Ohio$189,493,5051.9%54.0%
25Preble County, Ohio$188,575,5931.9%55.9%
26Paulding County, Ohio$187,922,4521.9%57.8%
27Union County, Ohio$186,755,0531.9%59.7%
28Williams County, Ohio$184,342,1501.9%61.5%
29Defiance County, Ohio$179,713,5651.8%63.3%
30Sandusky County, Ohio$171,386,6521.7%65.1%
31Allen County, Ohio$167,792,9771.7%66.7%
32Miami County, Ohio$160,602,0441.6%68.4%
33Clark County, Ohio$159,271,0301.6%70.0%
34Fairfield County, Ohio$154,418,5261.6%71.5%
35Greene County, Ohio$139,608,6601.4%72.9%
36Licking County, Ohio$136,647,4051.4%74.3%
37Wayne County, Ohio$132,869,4421.3%75.6%
38Delaware County, Ohio$129,016,8481.3%76.9%
39Morrow County, Ohio$127,283,5751.3%78.2%
40Brown County, Ohio$121,131,6071.2%79.4%
41Knox County, Ohio$120,159,4371.2%80.6%
42Ohio NRCS$103,202,2291.0%81.7%
43Ottawa County, Ohio$99,402,0881.0%82.7%
44Lorain County, Ohio$90,313,2540.9%83.6%
45Ashland County, Ohio$87,803,5560.9%84.5%
46Richland County, Ohio$87,434,1220.9%85.3%
47Butler County, Ohio$86,918,3230.9%86.2%
48Montgomery County, Ohio$84,561,7580.9%87.1%
49Erie County, Ohio$78,042,4460.8%87.9%
50Warren County, Ohio$74,042,2980.7%88.6%
51Stark County, Ohio$71,408,8990.7%89.3%
52Adams County, Ohio$64,737,2890.7%90.0%
53Lucas County, Ohio$62,578,7720.6%90.6%
54Ashtabula County, Ohio$61,549,4590.6%91.2%
55Coshocton County, Ohio$59,477,0530.6%91.8%
56Clermont County, Ohio$57,429,9360.6%92.4%
57Columbiana County, Ohio$54,677,8350.6%93.0%
58Medina County, Ohio$54,007,3230.5%93.5%
59Franklin County, Ohio$53,460,7690.5%94.0%
60Holmes County, Ohio$51,691,1700.5%94.6%
61Muskingum County, Ohio$47,689,9820.5%95.0%
62Trumbull County, Ohio$47,395,6900.5%95.5%
63Tuscarawas County, Ohio$46,682,1270.5%96.0%
64Perry County, Ohio$41,334,2520.4%96.4%
65Meigs County, Ohio$35,591,9780.4%96.8%
66Portage County, Ohio$33,474,5420.3%97.1%
67Mahoning County, Ohio$32,582,6640.3%97.4%
68Pike County, Ohio$31,996,6140.3%97.7%
69Scioto County, Ohio$30,965,1240.3%98.1%
70Carroll County, Ohio$26,159,0300.3%98.3%
71Washington County, Ohio$24,147,3750.2%98.6%
72Gallia County, Ohio$14,443,7200.1%98.7%
73Jackson County, Ohio$13,521,3210.1%98.8%
74Athens County, Ohio$11,904,5420.1%99.0%
75Guernsey County, Ohio$11,546,4090.1%99.1%
76Morgan County, Ohio$11,263,5890.1%99.2%
77Harrison County, Ohio$10,276,6320.1%99.3%
78Geauga County, Ohio$10,047,4070.1%99.4%
79Hamilton County, Ohio$8,641,3420.1%99.5%
80Hocking County, Ohio$7,354,2690.1%99.6%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$7,350,5030.1%99.6%
82Jefferson County, Ohio$6,882,8310.1%99.7%
83Belmont County, Ohio$5,536,3020.1%99.8%
84Lake County, Ohio$5,507,8720.1%99.8%
85Vinton County, Ohio$4,654,1580.0%99.9%
86Summit County, Ohio$3,648,3560.0%99.9%
87Monroe County, Ohio$3,483,2930.0%99.9%
88Noble County, Ohio$3,460,7790.0%100.0%
89Cuyahoga County, Ohio$186,6640.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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