Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Pickaway County, Ohio totaled $11.9 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pickaway County, Ohio Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Meigs County, Ohio$27,539,4556.7%6.7%
2Darke County, Ohio$13,198,9433.2%9.9%
3Mercer County, Ohio$12,397,9223.0%12.9%
4Pickaway County, Ohio$11,865,9682.9%15.8%
5Wood County, Ohio$10,238,3782.5%18.2%
6Muskingum County, Ohio$9,959,6132.4%20.7%
7Hardin County, Ohio$9,450,5402.3%22.9%
8Ottawa County, Ohio$9,436,1862.3%25.2%
9Logan County, Ohio$9,368,1272.3%27.5%
10Brown County, Ohio$8,790,1642.1%29.6%
11Wyandot County, Ohio$8,758,6622.1%31.8%
12Butler County, Ohio$8,098,8002.0%33.7%
13Hancock County, Ohio$8,091,4292.0%35.7%
14Champaign County, Ohio$8,010,3151.9%37.6%
15Miami County, Ohio$7,817,1141.9%39.5%
16Lorain County, Ohio$7,674,2741.9%41.4%
17Licking County, Ohio$7,646,7231.9%43.2%
18Highland County, Ohio$7,143,2471.7%45.0%
19Auglaize County, Ohio$6,919,3151.7%46.6%
20Preble County, Ohio$6,749,4211.6%48.3%
21Sandusky County, Ohio$6,682,6871.6%49.9%
22Seneca County, Ohio$6,415,7351.6%51.5%
23Union County, Ohio$6,326,5001.5%53.0%
24Marion County, Ohio$6,313,4401.5%54.5%
25Paulding County, Ohio$6,114,2811.5%56.0%
26Crawford County, Ohio$6,089,2661.5%57.5%
27Huron County, Ohio$6,073,9651.5%58.9%
28Fayette County, Ohio$5,951,2231.4%60.4%
29Ashtabula County, Ohio$5,839,7781.4%61.8%
30Shelby County, Ohio$5,470,6761.3%63.1%
31Defiance County, Ohio$5,238,4611.3%64.4%
32Adams County, Ohio$5,212,9661.3%65.7%
33Clark County, Ohio$4,937,7231.2%66.9%
34Putnam County, Ohio$4,843,6771.2%68.0%
35Delaware County, Ohio$4,760,8781.2%69.2%
36Knox County, Ohio$4,655,0291.1%70.3%
37Clinton County, Ohio$4,650,0271.1%71.4%
38Warren County, Ohio$4,499,0071.1%72.5%
39Lucas County, Ohio$4,391,3701.1%73.6%
40Wayne County, Ohio$4,373,9361.1%74.7%
41Washington County, Ohio$4,108,0851.0%75.7%
42Madison County, Ohio$4,064,4931.0%76.6%
43Morgan County, Ohio$3,711,0450.9%77.5%
44Morrow County, Ohio$3,644,5460.9%78.4%
45Fairfield County, Ohio$3,639,8770.9%79.3%
46Clermont County, Ohio$3,510,2480.9%80.2%
47Ross County, Ohio$3,440,7850.8%81.0%
48Medina County, Ohio$3,389,4420.8%81.8%
49Erie County, Ohio$3,362,8300.8%82.6%
50Fulton County, Ohio$3,334,3740.8%83.4%
51Allen County, Ohio$3,312,4660.8%84.2%
52Van Wert County, Ohio$3,275,4850.8%85.0%
53Montgomery County, Ohio$3,263,4810.8%85.8%
54Williams County, Ohio$3,224,3950.8%86.6%
55Coshocton County, Ohio$3,180,2500.8%87.4%
56Stark County, Ohio$3,026,9010.7%88.1%
57Perry County, Ohio$2,729,8850.7%88.8%
58Scioto County, Ohio$2,604,9370.6%89.4%
59Holmes County, Ohio$2,462,4760.6%90.0%
60Greene County, Ohio$2,459,1850.6%90.6%
61Henry County, Ohio$2,442,1150.6%91.2%
62Ashland County, Ohio$2,396,4670.6%91.8%
63Gallia County, Ohio$2,382,3000.6%92.4%
64Guernsey County, Ohio$2,373,4690.6%92.9%
65Richland County, Ohio$2,364,7230.6%93.5%
66Franklin County, Ohio$2,313,9740.6%94.1%
67Columbiana County, Ohio$2,182,3860.5%94.6%
68Tuscarawas County, Ohio$2,016,1260.5%95.1%
69Harrison County, Ohio$1,930,3810.5%95.5%
70Athens County, Ohio$1,811,1540.4%96.0%
71Carroll County, Ohio$1,787,8640.4%96.4%
72Belmont County, Ohio$1,336,8760.3%96.7%
73Portage County, Ohio$1,324,7830.3%97.1%
74Trumbull County, Ohio$1,315,7280.3%97.4%
75Lawrence County, Ohio$1,265,7190.3%97.7%
76Jackson County, Ohio$1,256,6490.3%98.0%
77Jefferson County, Ohio$1,114,2040.3%98.3%
78Geauga County, Ohio$1,069,1770.3%98.5%
79Noble County, Ohio$1,066,9740.3%98.8%
80Mahoning County, Ohio$973,7130.2%99.0%
81Lake County, Ohio$749,0850.2%99.2%
82Pike County, Ohio$729,3080.2%99.4%
83Monroe County, Ohio$671,6850.2%99.5%
84Hamilton County, Ohio$554,0000.1%99.7%
85Hocking County, Ohio$518,0700.1%99.8%
86Summit County, Ohio$511,6390.1%99.9%
87Vinton County, Ohio$295,9890.1%100.0%
88Cuyahoga County, Ohio$23,1190.0%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.

 

Farm Subsidies Education

AgMag