Total Direct Payments in Mahoning County, Ohio totaled $6.2 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Mahoning County, Ohio Receiving Total Direct Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Direct Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wood County, Ohio$60,687,5703.4%3.4%
2Darke County, Ohio$55,359,7973.1%6.5%
3Putnam County, Ohio$51,161,4542.9%9.4%
4Hancock County, Ohio$49,357,9282.8%12.2%
5Mercer County, Ohio$48,157,5352.7%14.9%
6Van Wert County, Ohio$46,664,5202.6%17.5%
7Seneca County, Ohio$45,205,5232.5%20.0%
8Pickaway County, Ohio$44,473,9852.5%22.5%
9Henry County, Ohio$44,440,4242.5%25.0%
10Madison County, Ohio$41,973,0292.4%27.4%
11Crawford County, Ohio$41,959,1242.4%29.8%
12Fayette County, Ohio$41,717,6922.3%32.1%
13Fulton County, Ohio$41,710,6342.3%34.5%
14Hardin County, Ohio$40,182,8402.3%36.7%
15Clinton County, Ohio$38,621,1352.2%38.9%
16Champaign County, Ohio$38,591,2522.2%41.1%
17Wyandot County, Ohio$38,328,7622.2%43.2%
18Paulding County, Ohio$37,676,3362.1%45.3%
19Shelby County, Ohio$36,078,3472.0%47.4%
20Marion County, Ohio$35,884,2492.0%49.4%
21Auglaize County, Ohio$35,203,1132.0%51.4%
22Huron County, Ohio$34,744,1342.0%53.3%
23Preble County, Ohio$34,190,8461.9%55.2%
24Sandusky County, Ohio$34,090,9631.9%57.1%
25Allen County, Ohio$34,081,8991.9%59.1%
26Logan County, Ohio$33,423,3071.9%60.9%
27Union County, Ohio$33,226,8581.9%62.8%
28Miami County, Ohio$32,789,8341.8%64.7%
29Highland County, Ohio$30,888,1781.7%66.4%
30Defiance County, Ohio$30,110,1671.7%68.1%
31Williams County, Ohio$29,400,9551.7%69.7%
32Clark County, Ohio$28,995,2311.6%71.4%
33Fairfield County, Ohio$28,100,7991.6%72.9%
34Greene County, Ohio$27,434,6091.5%74.5%
35Delaware County, Ohio$25,577,2291.4%75.9%
36Licking County, Ohio$25,155,0811.4%77.3%
37Ross County, Ohio$25,035,5611.4%78.8%
38Wayne County, Ohio$22,526,4281.3%80.0%
39Morrow County, Ohio$22,282,7101.3%81.3%
40Knox County, Ohio$22,060,4981.2%82.5%
41Brown County, Ohio$19,672,5191.1%83.6%
42Erie County, Ohio$16,658,7230.9%84.6%
43Montgomery County, Ohio$16,140,8480.9%85.5%
44Ashland County, Ohio$15,977,8570.9%86.4%
45Ottawa County, Ohio$15,407,6370.9%87.2%
46Richland County, Ohio$14,783,8990.8%88.1%
47Lorain County, Ohio$14,685,1450.8%88.9%
48Butler County, Ohio$13,793,0270.8%89.7%
49Warren County, Ohio$12,386,2290.7%90.4%
50Stark County, Ohio$12,067,6680.7%91.0%
51Lucas County, Ohio$11,817,6380.7%91.7%
52Coshocton County, Ohio$10,923,9800.6%92.3%
53Clermont County, Ohio$10,118,2080.6%92.9%
54Franklin County, Ohio$9,133,7830.5%93.4%
55Adams County, Ohio$8,966,1620.5%93.9%
56Columbiana County, Ohio$8,949,6360.5%94.4%
57Trumbull County, Ohio$8,931,3010.5%94.9%
58Medina County, Ohio$8,832,5830.5%95.4%
59Ashtabula County, Ohio$8,019,7240.5%95.9%
60Tuscarawas County, Ohio$7,835,2410.4%96.3%
61Muskingum County, Ohio$7,161,4570.4%96.7%
62Holmes County, Ohio$6,926,4740.4%97.1%
63Perry County, Ohio$6,792,3950.4%97.5%
64Mahoning County, Ohio$6,215,7540.3%97.8%
65Portage County, Ohio$5,769,0660.3%98.1%
66Scioto County, Ohio$4,220,7760.2%98.4%
67Pike County, Ohio$3,892,6480.2%98.6%
68Carroll County, Ohio$3,783,8310.2%98.8%
69Washington County, Ohio$3,746,0860.2%99.0%
70Jackson County, Ohio$2,220,0490.1%99.1%
71Guernsey County, Ohio$1,621,2220.1%99.2%
72Hamilton County, Ohio$1,532,9630.1%99.3%
73Morgan County, Ohio$1,370,2610.1%99.4%
74Athens County, Ohio$1,361,0860.1%99.5%
75Harrison County, Ohio$1,287,6990.1%99.5%
76Meigs County, Ohio$1,255,1040.1%99.6%
77Geauga County, Ohio$1,211,0420.1%99.7%
78Gallia County, Ohio$1,046,7170.1%99.7%
79Hocking County, Ohio$1,042,9570.1%99.8%
80Jefferson County, Ohio$790,8770.0%99.8%
81Lawrence County, Ohio$667,9060.0%99.9%
82Vinton County, Ohio$645,4730.0%99.9%
83Summit County, Ohio$572,6810.0%100.0%
84Belmont County, Ohio$259,0220.0%100.0%
85Noble County, Ohio$220,8390.0%100.0%
86Monroe County, Ohio$194,9040.0%100.0%
87Lake County, Ohio$136,9840.0%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$15,1570.0%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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