Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in South Carolina totaled $45.0 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Anderson County, South Carolina$5,722,79212.7%12.7%
2Saluda County, South Carolina$4,263,4969.5%22.2%
3Laurens County, South Carolina$3,635,1758.1%30.3%
4Abbeville County, South Carolina$3,538,0327.9%38.1%
5Newberry County, South Carolina$3,396,7887.5%45.7%
6Oconee County, South Carolina$2,219,0504.9%50.6%
7Chester County, South Carolina$1,634,7683.6%54.2%
8Spartanburg County, South Carolina$1,462,9013.3%57.5%
9Greenwood County, South Carolina$1,424,7373.2%60.6%
10Aiken County, South Carolina$1,332,1193.0%63.6%
11York County, South Carolina$1,312,8392.9%66.5%
12Edgefield County, South Carolina$1,296,4922.9%69.4%
13Cherokee County, South Carolina$961,0742.1%71.5%
14Chesterfield County, South Carolina$925,8162.1%73.6%
15Horry County, South Carolina$888,0262.0%75.6%
16Barnwell County, South Carolina$860,8741.9%77.5%
17Union County, South Carolina$812,1511.8%79.3%
18Greenville County, South Carolina$801,4501.8%81.1%
19Orangeburg County, South Carolina$743,2751.7%82.7%
20Lancaster County, South Carolina$710,4551.6%84.3%
21McCormick County, South Carolina$692,7841.5%85.8%
22Marion County, South Carolina$691,8821.5%87.4%
23Pickens County, South Carolina$592,2311.3%88.7%
24Bamberg County, South Carolina$560,0661.2%89.9%
25Lexington County, South Carolina$531,8571.2%91.1%
26Colleton County, South Carolina$460,3971.0%92.1%
27Dorchester County, South Carolina$410,6470.9%93.1%
28Clarendon County, South Carolina$348,5370.8%93.8%
29Lee County, South Carolina$339,2560.8%94.6%
30Williamsburg County, South Carolina$307,3150.7%95.3%
31Fairfield County, South Carolina$302,2330.7%95.9%
32Allendale County, South Carolina$288,8010.6%96.6%
33Kershaw County, South Carolina$236,4220.5%97.1%
34Sumter County, South Carolina$212,9810.5%97.6%
35Darlington County, South Carolina$167,8780.4%97.9%
36Dillon County, South Carolina$160,8350.4%98.3%
37Calhoun County, South Carolina$141,0090.3%98.6%
38Hampton County, South Carolina$136,8820.3%98.9%
39Florence County, South Carolina$94,4990.2%99.1%
40Georgetown County, South Carolina$83,3150.2%99.3%
41Marlboro County, South Carolina$75,3110.2%99.5%
42Berkeley County, South Carolina$68,8620.2%99.6%
43Jasper County, South Carolina$57,1220.1%99.8%
44Richland County, South Carolina$52,5640.1%99.9%
45Charleston County, South Carolina$44,5690.1%100.0%
46Beaufort County, South Carolina$9,1820.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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