Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity payments in South Carolina totaled $23.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Horry County, South Carolina$5,714,95324.7%24.7%
2Florence County, South Carolina$3,727,73216.1%40.7%
3Williamsburg County, South Carolina$2,351,48810.1%50.9%
4Marion County, South Carolina$1,865,8468.1%58.9%
5Dillon County, South Carolina$1,857,8338.0%67.0%
6Darlington County, South Carolina$1,647,2797.1%74.1%
7Clarendon County, South Carolina$1,068,6534.6%78.7%
8Newberry County, South Carolina$538,7512.3%81.0%
9Sumter County, South Carolina$490,6062.1%83.1%
10Georgetown County, South Carolina$477,8612.1%85.2%
11Orangeburg County, South Carolina$427,7421.8%87.0%
12Lee County, South Carolina$311,8021.3%88.4%
13Marlboro County, South Carolina$282,8581.2%89.6%
14Bamberg County, South Carolina$274,0371.2%90.8%
15Saluda County, South Carolina$262,1081.1%91.9%
16Spartanburg County, South Carolina$219,5770.9%92.8%
17Laurens County, South Carolina$215,3030.9%93.8%
18Anderson County, South Carolina$162,1140.7%94.5%
19Dorchester County, South Carolina$159,3570.7%95.2%
20Chesterfield County, South Carolina$155,7470.7%95.8%
21Colleton County, South Carolina$154,0260.7%96.5%
22York County, South Carolina$151,8100.7%97.2%
23Berkeley County, South Carolina$114,4940.5%97.6%
24Greenville County, South Carolina$99,4390.4%98.1%
25Edgefield County, South Carolina$95,7290.4%98.5%
26Chester County, South Carolina$75,4420.3%98.8%
27Abbeville County, South Carolina$50,7460.2%99.0%
28Oconee County, South Carolina$49,2050.2%99.2%
29Kershaw County, South Carolina$43,6110.2%99.4%
30Lexington County, South Carolina$42,9600.2%99.6%
31Fairfield County, South Carolina$30,5610.1%99.8%
32Pickens County, South Carolina$26,9500.1%99.9%
33Greenwood County, South Carolina$10,9730.0%99.9%
34Jasper County, South Carolina$8,5970.0%100.0%
35Aiken County, South Carolina$3,7420.0%100.0%
36Hampton County, South Carolina$3,3650.0%100.0%
37Lancaster County, South Carolina$1,9960.0%100.0%
38Charleston County, South Carolina$1,7810.0%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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