Livestock Subsidies in South Carolina totaled $2.6 million in 2019

Counties in South Carolina Receiving livestock subsidies, 2019

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Anderson County, South Carolina$549,13220.8%20.8%
2Abbeville County, South Carolina$384,90014.6%35.4%
3Laurens County, South Carolina$248,3299.4%44.9%
4York County, South Carolina$236,7869.0%53.8%
5Spartanburg County, South Carolina$172,6336.6%60.4%
6Cherokee County, South Carolina$103,8723.9%64.3%
7Newberry County, South Carolina$102,1483.9%68.2%
8Oconee County, South Carolina$91,9203.5%71.7%
9Lexington County, South Carolina$91,6313.5%75.2%
10Union County, South Carolina$83,7673.2%78.4%
11Chester County, South Carolina$74,2842.8%81.2%
12Dillon County, South Carolina$68,4552.6%83.8%
13Orangeburg County, South Carolina$61,5702.3%86.1%
14Bamberg County, South Carolina$54,2592.1%88.2%
15Dorchester County, South Carolina$45,2901.7%89.9%
16Greenville County, South Carolina$33,3331.3%91.2%
17Calhoun County, South Carolina$32,1631.2%92.4%
18Aiken County, South Carolina$30,2331.1%93.5%
19Allendale County, South Carolina$26,7371.0%94.5%
20Pickens County, South Carolina$24,2180.9%95.5%
21Darlington County, South Carolina$21,6220.8%96.3%
22Saluda County, South Carolina$16,2670.6%96.9%
23Barnwell County, South Carolina$13,1240.5%97.4%
24Marion County, South Carolina$11,2290.4%97.8%
25Sumter County, South Carolina$11,0020.4%98.2%
26Edgefield County, South Carolina$8,3940.3%98.6%
27Berkeley County, South Carolina$7,4830.3%98.8%
28Chesterfield County, South Carolina$5,9610.2%99.1%
29Kershaw County, South Carolina$5,7630.2%99.3%
30Horry County, South Carolina$4,7580.2%99.5%
31Colleton County, South Carolina$4,2410.2%99.6%
32Lancaster County, South Carolina$3,1390.1%99.7%
33Richland County, South Carolina$3,0150.1%99.9%
34Florence County, South Carolina$2,4750.1%100.0%
35Hampton County, South Carolina$8500.0%100.0%
36Lee County, South Carolina$2890.0%100.0%
37Williamsburg County, South Carolina$1540.0%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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