Marketing Loan Gains payments in South Carolina totaled $21.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Marketing Loan Gains payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Marketing Loan Gains
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Orangeburg County, South Carolina$2,514,90511.6%11.6%
2Calhoun County, South Carolina$2,345,59810.8%22.5%
3Hampton County, South Carolina$1,972,7049.1%31.6%
4Lee County, South Carolina$1,652,3877.6%39.2%
5Clarendon County, South Carolina$1,486,6486.9%46.1%
6Marlboro County, South Carolina$1,323,2366.1%52.2%
7Darlington County, South Carolina$1,225,9145.7%57.9%
8Sumter County, South Carolina$1,039,7914.8%62.7%
9Dillon County, South Carolina$1,018,2024.7%67.4%
10Dorchester County, South Carolina$921,9964.3%71.7%
11Bamberg County, South Carolina$782,7573.6%75.3%
12Horry County, South Carolina$765,0683.5%78.8%
13Richland County, South Carolina$743,4443.4%82.3%
14Allendale County, South Carolina$692,9793.2%85.5%
15Florence County, South Carolina$460,3242.1%87.6%
16Marion County, South Carolina$407,3251.9%89.5%
17Barnwell County, South Carolina$368,0131.7%91.2%
18Lexington County, South Carolina$330,0801.5%92.7%
19Williamsburg County, South Carolina$274,7621.3%94.0%
20Colleton County, South Carolina$271,1841.3%95.2%
21Georgetown County, South Carolina$212,5411.0%96.2%
22Aiken County, South Carolina$191,4460.9%97.1%
23Berkeley County, South Carolina$115,7100.5%97.6%
24Newberry County, South Carolina$106,9520.5%98.1%
25Chesterfield County, South Carolina$85,5490.4%98.5%
26York County, South Carolina$85,0010.4%98.9%
27Kershaw County, South Carolina$76,7960.4%99.3%
28Jasper County, South Carolina$58,1780.3%99.5%
29Anderson County, South Carolina$43,9710.2%99.7%
30Abbeville County, South Carolina$36,3170.2%99.9%
31Saluda County, South Carolina$15,1240.1%100.0%
32Greenwood County, South Carolina$5,4910.0%100.0%
33Lancaster County, South Carolina$9940.0%100.0%
34Chester County, South Carolina$6630.0%100.0%
35Edgefield County, South Carolina$550.0%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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