Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in Knox County, Ohio totaled $12.5 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Knox County, Ohio Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wood County, Ohio$36,619,4023.8%3.8%
2Crawford County, Ohio$29,488,8543.1%6.9%
3Hardin County, Ohio$28,335,7603.0%9.9%
4Darke County, Ohio$27,480,0522.9%12.8%
5Pickaway County, Ohio$25,883,7882.7%15.5%
6Madison County, Ohio$25,409,9252.7%18.1%
7Hancock County, Ohio$23,891,7992.5%20.6%
8Fayette County, Ohio$23,678,4672.5%23.1%
9Fulton County, Ohio$23,595,9882.5%25.6%
10Champaign County, Ohio$22,935,7512.4%28.0%
11Henry County, Ohio$22,142,3742.3%30.3%
12Sandusky County, Ohio$21,921,3782.3%32.6%
13Highland County, Ohio$21,181,1612.2%34.8%
14Logan County, Ohio$21,131,7942.2%37.0%
15Putnam County, Ohio$20,857,4162.2%39.2%
16Wyandot County, Ohio$20,516,0322.1%41.3%
17Clinton County, Ohio$20,470,8402.1%43.5%
18Mercer County, Ohio$20,355,0812.1%45.6%
19Seneca County, Ohio$20,335,2992.1%47.7%
20Shelby County, Ohio$20,230,2082.1%49.8%
21Auglaize County, Ohio$20,224,0022.1%51.9%
22Marion County, Ohio$19,657,3972.1%54.0%
23Van Wert County, Ohio$18,824,8672.0%56.0%
24Huron County, Ohio$18,221,0731.9%57.9%
25Fairfield County, Ohio$18,148,7601.9%59.8%
26Greene County, Ohio$16,854,8681.8%61.5%
27Miami County, Ohio$16,532,0241.7%63.3%
28Allen County, Ohio$16,420,7111.7%65.0%
29Union County, Ohio$15,939,7831.7%66.7%
30Clark County, Ohio$15,929,1531.7%68.3%
31Preble County, Ohio$15,895,6631.7%70.0%
32Licking County, Ohio$15,365,3661.6%71.6%
33Williams County, Ohio$14,472,4961.5%73.1%
34Morrow County, Ohio$14,204,5931.5%74.6%
35Delaware County, Ohio$13,344,2311.4%76.0%
36Ross County, Ohio$13,099,8851.4%77.4%
37Paulding County, Ohio$13,004,4891.4%78.7%
38Knox County, Ohio$12,457,2031.3%80.0%
39Wayne County, Ohio$11,953,6511.3%81.3%
40Defiance County, Ohio$11,416,3301.2%82.5%
41Ottawa County, Ohio$10,563,7261.1%83.6%
42Brown County, Ohio$9,904,2611.0%84.6%
43Ashland County, Ohio$9,485,7691.0%85.6%
44Lorain County, Ohio$8,854,2330.9%86.5%
45Erie County, Ohio$8,679,1110.9%87.4%
46Richland County, Ohio$8,090,4170.8%88.3%
47Warren County, Ohio$7,159,6900.7%89.0%
48Stark County, Ohio$7,052,5610.7%89.8%
49Lucas County, Ohio$6,995,1380.7%90.5%
50Coshocton County, Ohio$6,211,0160.6%91.1%
51Butler County, Ohio$5,920,2050.6%91.8%
52Montgomery County, Ohio$5,839,3760.6%92.4%
53Columbiana County, Ohio$5,583,9980.6%93.0%
54Clermont County, Ohio$5,570,4020.6%93.5%
55Franklin County, Ohio$4,885,2270.5%94.0%
56Adams County, Ohio$4,810,1880.5%94.6%
57Holmes County, Ohio$4,709,6650.5%95.0%
58Tuscarawas County, Ohio$4,578,4330.5%95.5%
59Trumbull County, Ohio$4,561,2930.5%96.0%
60Medina County, Ohio$4,528,4660.5%96.5%
61Muskingum County, Ohio$4,417,1350.5%96.9%
62Perry County, Ohio$4,091,5530.4%97.4%
63Mahoning County, Ohio$4,078,5820.4%97.8%
64Portage County, Ohio$3,613,9820.4%98.2%
65Ashtabula County, Ohio$3,169,2930.3%98.5%
66Pike County, Ohio$1,801,9850.2%98.7%
67Scioto County, Ohio$1,722,6120.2%98.9%
68Washington County, Ohio$1,528,6370.2%99.0%
69Jackson County, Ohio$1,276,6940.1%99.2%
70Carroll County, Ohio$1,194,9900.1%99.3%
71Athens County, Ohio$904,7420.1%99.4%
72Guernsey County, Ohio$711,7370.1%99.5%
73Gallia County, Ohio$701,7610.1%99.5%
74Geauga County, Ohio$671,4550.1%99.6%
75Hocking County, Ohio$656,5140.1%99.7%
76Hamilton County, Ohio$551,6650.1%99.7%
77Harrison County, Ohio$429,1690.0%99.8%
78Meigs County, Ohio$416,8650.0%99.8%
79Vinton County, Ohio$372,7540.0%99.9%
80Morgan County, Ohio$349,0360.0%99.9%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$344,8140.0%99.9%
82Summit County, Ohio$306,8890.0%100.0%
83Jefferson County, Ohio$157,3180.0%100.0%
84Monroe County, Ohio$69,8280.0%100.0%
85Belmont County, Ohio$69,0930.0%100.0%
86Noble County, Ohio$67,3890.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$26,9880.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$13,4040.0%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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