Commodity subsidies in Lucas County, Ohio totaled $45.2 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Lucas County, Ohio Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wood County, Ohio$224,650,8733.3%3.3%
2Darke County, Ohio$219,717,1913.2%6.5%
3Mercer County, Ohio$195,279,2772.9%9.3%
4Hancock County, Ohio$179,277,7112.6%12.0%
5Pickaway County, Ohio$175,059,1192.6%14.5%
6Putnam County, Ohio$173,629,9622.5%17.1%
7Henry County, Ohio$165,404,5252.4%19.5%
8Crawford County, Ohio$164,457,8162.4%21.9%
9Seneca County, Ohio$163,503,3452.4%24.3%
10Van Wert County, Ohio$163,480,5152.4%26.7%
11Madison County, Ohio$163,448,7262.4%29.0%
12Fayette County, Ohio$159,814,4872.3%31.4%
13Hardin County, Ohio$158,444,2992.3%33.7%
14Fulton County, Ohio$157,142,4382.3%36.0%
15Champaign County, Ohio$154,054,2022.3%38.2%
16Clinton County, Ohio$152,644,9552.2%40.5%
17Marion County, Ohio$141,401,4292.1%42.5%
18Auglaize County, Ohio$141,183,5152.1%44.6%
19Wyandot County, Ohio$140,292,7802.1%46.7%
20Shelby County, Ohio$138,741,9192.0%48.7%
21Paulding County, Ohio$133,920,8622.0%50.6%
22Preble County, Ohio$132,111,7261.9%52.6%
23Logan County, Ohio$131,960,0701.9%54.5%
24Huron County, Ohio$127,898,4571.9%56.4%
25Sandusky County, Ohio$126,815,4021.9%58.2%
26Highland County, Ohio$124,512,4761.8%60.0%
27Union County, Ohio$122,883,9821.8%61.8%
28Miami County, Ohio$120,957,1301.8%63.6%
29Allen County, Ohio$119,373,7851.7%65.4%
30Clark County, Ohio$114,203,5501.7%67.0%
31Fairfield County, Ohio$110,773,9351.6%68.6%
32Defiance County, Ohio$109,197,6331.6%70.2%
33Williams County, Ohio$106,244,0361.6%71.8%
34Wayne County, Ohio$106,085,5891.6%73.3%
35Greene County, Ohio$105,802,4561.5%74.9%
36Ross County, Ohio$97,432,6661.4%76.3%
37Licking County, Ohio$95,856,5611.4%77.7%
38Delaware County, Ohio$94,666,8681.4%79.1%
39Morrow County, Ohio$90,113,3801.3%80.4%
40Knox County, Ohio$85,336,6871.2%81.7%
41Brown County, Ohio$78,846,8871.2%82.8%
42Ashland County, Ohio$62,341,3610.9%83.7%
43Erie County, Ohio$59,206,1290.9%84.6%
44Richland County, Ohio$58,482,6170.9%85.4%
45Montgomery County, Ohio$57,904,1630.8%86.3%
46Ottawa County, Ohio$57,842,3110.8%87.1%
47Lorain County, Ohio$56,701,3570.8%88.0%
48Butler County, Ohio$53,475,5800.8%88.7%
49Stark County, Ohio$52,117,3200.8%89.5%
50Warren County, Ohio$49,510,8610.7%90.2%
51Lucas County, Ohio$45,163,9610.7%90.9%
52Coshocton County, Ohio$41,939,4800.6%91.5%
53Adams County, Ohio$41,148,3660.6%92.1%
54Columbiana County, Ohio$40,253,9370.6%92.7%
55Holmes County, Ohio$38,943,6070.6%93.3%
56Clermont County, Ohio$38,229,7430.6%93.8%
57Franklin County, Ohio$37,888,1650.6%94.4%
58Tuscarawas County, Ohio$36,672,4250.5%94.9%
59Trumbull County, Ohio$36,112,6070.5%95.4%
60Medina County, Ohio$35,079,6140.5%95.9%
61Ashtabula County, Ohio$34,191,7990.5%96.4%
62Muskingum County, Ohio$27,085,5440.4%96.8%
63Perry County, Ohio$25,349,6240.4%97.2%
64Portage County, Ohio$24,827,6310.4%97.6%
65Mahoning County, Ohio$24,505,5680.4%97.9%
66Pike County, Ohio$16,065,6890.2%98.2%
67Scioto County, Ohio$15,537,4030.2%98.4%
68Washington County, Ohio$15,157,0270.2%98.6%
69Carroll County, Ohio$14,658,8020.2%98.8%
70Jackson County, Ohio$8,890,8730.1%99.0%
71Gallia County, Ohio$7,704,3730.1%99.1%
72Geauga County, Ohio$6,572,2540.1%99.2%
73Guernsey County, Ohio$6,500,5260.1%99.3%
74Hamilton County, Ohio$6,291,3460.1%99.4%
75Athens County, Ohio$6,026,9140.1%99.4%
76Morgan County, Ohio$5,418,6130.1%99.5%
77Harrison County, Ohio$5,378,4810.1%99.6%
78Meigs County, Ohio$5,259,4110.1%99.7%
79Hocking County, Ohio$3,790,0160.1%99.7%
80Jefferson County, Ohio$3,722,9110.1%99.8%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$3,358,7050.0%99.8%
82Belmont County, Ohio$2,858,8720.0%99.9%
83Summit County, Ohio$2,337,0450.0%99.9%
84Vinton County, Ohio$2,303,2140.0%99.9%
85Monroe County, Ohio$2,056,9530.0%100.0%
86Noble County, Ohio$1,090,4610.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$582,6480.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$70,0010.0%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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