Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in South Carolina totaled $897,726 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Marion County, South Carolina$75,4008.4%8.4%
2Orangeburg County, South Carolina$73,9108.2%16.6%
3Clarendon County, South Carolina$72,3998.1%24.7%
4Aiken County, South Carolina$71,4478.0%32.7%
5Dillon County, South Carolina$69,4697.7%40.4%
6Lexington County, South Carolina$65,4847.3%47.7%
7Florence County, South Carolina$42,5644.7%52.4%
8Cherokee County, South Carolina$39,8794.4%56.9%
9Abbeville County, South Carolina$39,8504.4%61.3%
10Lee County, South Carolina$35,0633.9%65.2%
11Spartanburg County, South Carolina$28,1563.1%68.4%
12Marlboro County, South Carolina$26,7063.0%71.3%
13Barnwell County, South Carolina$26,1042.9%74.2%
14Chesterfield County, South Carolina$23,4972.6%76.9%
15Saluda County, South Carolina$20,2262.3%79.1%
16Oconee County, South Carolina$19,6112.2%81.3%
17Pickens County, South Carolina$19,2042.1%83.4%
18Calhoun County, South Carolina$18,9612.1%85.5%
19Newberry County, South Carolina$18,8092.1%87.6%
20Union County, South Carolina$18,7552.1%89.7%
21York County, South Carolina$16,5261.8%91.6%
22Kershaw County, South Carolina$14,8701.7%93.2%
23Darlington County, South Carolina$14,6941.6%94.9%
24Chester County, South Carolina$8,5381.0%95.8%
25Lancaster County, South Carolina$7,8120.9%96.7%
26Sumter County, South Carolina$7,4300.8%97.5%
27Horry County, South Carolina$4,3620.5%98.0%
28Greenville County, South Carolina$4,1910.5%98.5%
29Hampton County, South Carolina$3,0460.3%98.8%
30Colleton County, South Carolina$2,8180.3%99.1%
31Dorchester County, South Carolina$2,7210.3%99.4%
32Edgefield County, South Carolina$2,2450.3%99.7%
33Richland County, South Carolina$1,2540.1%99.8%
34Williamsburg County, South Carolina$1,1150.1%99.9%
35Laurens County, South Carolina$6100.1%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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