Cotton Ginning Cost Share Program payments in South Carolina totaled $14.5 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Cotton Ginning Cost Share Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Cotton Ginning Cost Share Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Orangeburg County, South Carolina$1,949,70113.5%13.5%
2Darlington County, South Carolina$1,672,81311.6%25.0%
3Calhoun County, South Carolina$1,419,8189.8%34.8%
4Williamsburg County, South Carolina$1,189,5928.2%43.1%
5Hampton County, South Carolina$1,056,2067.3%50.3%
6Marlboro County, South Carolina$852,9635.9%56.2%
7Lee County, South Carolina$841,2525.8%62.1%
8Clarendon County, South Carolina$732,8735.1%67.1%
9Florence County, South Carolina$683,3414.7%71.8%
10Bamberg County, South Carolina$487,8743.4%75.2%
11Barnwell County, South Carolina$473,1663.3%78.5%
12Dillon County, South Carolina$470,8593.3%81.7%
13Dorchester County, South Carolina$431,2263.0%84.7%
14Horry County, South Carolina$306,6342.1%86.8%
15Aiken County, South Carolina$262,0121.8%88.6%
16York County, South Carolina$248,1141.7%90.3%
17Sumter County, South Carolina$218,9811.5%91.9%
18Colleton County, South Carolina$194,1171.3%93.2%
19Marion County, South Carolina$192,8041.3%94.5%
20Allendale County, South Carolina$185,8061.3%95.8%
21Chester County, South Carolina$150,3201.0%96.9%
22Lexington County, South Carolina$144,8561.0%97.9%
23Georgetown County, South Carolina$71,9170.5%98.4%
24Richland County, South Carolina$70,2600.5%98.8%
25Chesterfield County, South Carolina$68,5740.5%99.3%
26Newberry County, South Carolina$33,0890.2%99.5%
27Berkeley County, South Carolina$20,4530.1%99.7%
28Saluda County, South Carolina$17,4780.1%99.8%
29Jasper County, South Carolina$8,7360.1%99.9%
30Kershaw County, South Carolina$7,3580.1%99.9%
31Abbeville County, South Carolina$7,3580.1%100.0%
32Anderson County, South Carolina$5,2180.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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