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Corn Subsidies** in Oklahoma totaled $200 million from 1995-2012.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving corn subsidies**, 1995-2012
Rank County Corn Subsidies**
Pct of
1Texas County, Oklahoma$90,670,05945.3%45.3%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$23,029,45111.5%56.8%
3Kay County, Oklahoma$9,034,6044.5%61.4%
4McCurtain County, Oklahoma$6,532,0313.3%64.6%
5Muskogee County, Oklahoma$5,727,6292.9%67.5%
6Beaver County, Oklahoma$4,411,2492.2%69.7%
7Grant County, Oklahoma$4,231,5512.1%71.8%
8Tillman County, Oklahoma$3,975,3372.0%73.8%
9Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$3,946,0492.0%75.8%
10Garfield County, Oklahoma$3,475,7271.7%77.5%
11Noble County, Oklahoma$3,143,1891.6%79.1%
12Garvin County, Oklahoma$2,985,1901.5%80.6%
13Bryan County, Oklahoma$2,956,7131.5%82.0%
14Caddo County, Oklahoma$2,539,0071.3%83.3%
15Ottawa County, Oklahoma$2,390,1011.2%84.5%
16Choctaw County, Oklahoma$2,266,4201.1%85.6%
17Major County, Oklahoma$2,150,7081.1%86.7%
18Wagoner County, Oklahoma$1,811,4670.9%87.6%
19Grady County, Oklahoma$1,761,7570.9%88.5%
20McClain County, Oklahoma$1,564,4760.8%89.3%
21Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,414,3190.7%90.0%
22Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$1,412,6690.7%90.7%
23Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,365,7730.7%91.4%
24Craig County, Oklahoma$1,202,3200.6%92.0%
25Haskell County, Oklahoma$966,2720.5%92.5%
26Hughes County, Oklahoma$913,4830.5%92.9%
27Ellis County, Oklahoma$882,1050.4%93.4%
28Harper County, Oklahoma$871,8770.4%93.8%
29Nowata County, Oklahoma$864,8890.4%94.2%
30Cleveland County, Oklahoma$788,7370.4%94.6%
31Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$724,2320.4%95.0%
32Marshall County, Oklahoma$679,2390.3%95.3%
33Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$611,9430.3%95.6%
34Mayes County, Oklahoma$563,3270.3%95.9%
35Comanche County, Oklahoma$545,7500.3%96.2%
36Canadian County, Oklahoma$536,0610.3%96.5%
37Custer County, Oklahoma$522,5230.3%96.7%
38Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$452,5130.2%96.9%
39McIntosh County, Oklahoma$407,6930.2%97.1%
40Lincoln County, Oklahoma$383,5650.2%97.3%
41Logan County, Oklahoma$381,3790.2%97.5%
42Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$345,8990.2%97.7%
43Beckham County, Oklahoma$329,4150.2%97.9%
44Kiowa County, Oklahoma$314,3860.2%98.0%
45Carter County, Oklahoma$302,2690.2%98.2%
46Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$299,3160.1%98.3%
47Johnston County, Oklahoma$280,9160.1%98.5%
48Osage County, Oklahoma$271,3450.1%98.6%
49Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$267,7880.1%98.7%
50Murray County, Oklahoma$250,5060.1%98.9%
51Dewey County, Oklahoma$241,9900.1%99.0%
52Love County, Oklahoma$241,3580.1%99.1%
53Washita County, Oklahoma$234,0460.1%99.2%
54Blaine County, Oklahoma$218,4110.1%99.3%
55Washington County, Oklahoma$200,6710.1%99.4%
56Payne County, Oklahoma$177,1700.1%99.5%
57Delaware County, Oklahoma$168,7920.1%99.6%
58Pawnee County, Oklahoma$163,0270.1%99.7%
59Rogers County, Oklahoma$161,6930.1%99.8%
60Tulsa County, Oklahoma$148,2070.1%99.8%
61Stephens County, Oklahoma$139,7950.1%99.9%
62Atoka County, Oklahoma$89,6390.0%99.9%
63Seminole County, Oklahoma$80,9830.0%100.0%
64Cotton County, Oklahoma$48,4960.0%100.0%
65Jackson County, Oklahoma$43,7550.0%100.0%
66Greer County, Oklahoma$42,0300.0%100.1%
67Woodward County, Oklahoma$37,8980.0%100.1%
68Harmon County, Oklahoma$36,9010.0%100.1%
69Creek County, Oklahoma$36,2810.0%100.1%
70Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$30,0180.0%100.1%
71Adair County, Oklahoma$19,0310.0%100.1%
72Latimer County, Oklahoma$16,0510.0%100.1%
73Jefferson County, Oklahoma$12,9140.0%100.2%
74Coal County, Oklahoma$8,7930.0%100.2%
75Cherokee County, Oklahoma$8,2950.0%100.2%
76Woods County, Oklahoma$3,2660.0%100.2%
77Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$3,1480.0%100.2%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

** Crop totals are an estimate. In the data received by EWG for 2009-2011, USDA does not differentiate Direct Payments or Counter-Cyclical Payments by crop as in previous years. EWG allocated the region's Direct Payments by crop for the 2009-2011 calendar year using the proportion of that crop's Direct Payments in 2008. Number of recipients receiving Direct Payments for that crop were not estimated. Due to the way Counter Cyclical Payments are made - EWG was not able to allocate Counter Cyclical Payments to crops. Also included in the crop totals are the crop insurance premiums as reported by the USDA Risk Management Agency for that crop. The crop insurance premium is the amount of money that is calculated by USDA to make the program actuarially sound. Crop insurance premium subsidies are available at the county, state and national level.