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Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $244 million from 1995-2012.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2012
Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$11,383,3824.7%4.7%
2Kiowa County, Oklahoma$7,804,2643.2%7.9%
3Garvin County, Oklahoma$6,952,2822.8%10.7%
4Bryan County, Oklahoma$6,934,6132.8%13.5%
5Grady County, Oklahoma$6,768,4542.8%16.3%
6Hughes County, Oklahoma$6,484,2032.7%19.0%
7Washita County, Oklahoma$6,084,1612.5%21.4%
8Choctaw County, Oklahoma$6,066,1342.5%23.9%
9Jefferson County, Oklahoma$6,066,0922.5%26.4%
10Blaine County, Oklahoma$6,037,3582.5%28.9%
11Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$5,993,0462.5%31.3%
12Beckham County, Oklahoma$5,930,8892.4%33.8%
13Dewey County, Oklahoma$5,711,8372.3%36.1%
14Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$5,570,0772.3%38.4%
15Stephens County, Oklahoma$5,481,3502.2%40.6%
16Woodward County, Oklahoma$5,308,7112.2%42.8%
17Cotton County, Oklahoma$5,134,6972.1%44.9%
18Atoka County, Oklahoma$5,072,2372.1%47.0%
19Comanche County, Oklahoma$4,941,6762.0%49.0%
20Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$4,906,5172.0%51.0%
21Tillman County, Oklahoma$4,805,9302.0%53.0%
22Custer County, Oklahoma$4,692,9001.9%54.9%
23McCurtain County, Oklahoma$4,679,3801.9%56.8%
24Greer County, Oklahoma$4,287,2861.8%58.6%
25Jackson County, Oklahoma$4,127,6061.7%60.2%
26Seminole County, Oklahoma$4,015,6191.6%61.9%
27Johnston County, Oklahoma$3,912,2811.6%63.5%
28Le Flore County, Oklahoma$3,832,6771.6%65.1%
29Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$3,460,4721.4%66.5%
30Coal County, Oklahoma$3,241,7911.3%67.8%
31Harmon County, Oklahoma$3,155,5571.3%69.1%
32Beaver County, Oklahoma$2,992,5931.2%70.3%
33Lincoln County, Oklahoma$2,990,3461.2%71.5%
34Ellis County, Oklahoma$2,932,1361.2%72.7%
35Murray County, Oklahoma$2,894,2391.2%73.9%
36McClain County, Oklahoma$2,815,5861.2%75.1%
37Carter County, Oklahoma$2,756,9651.1%76.2%
38Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$2,724,4041.1%77.3%
39Love County, Oklahoma$2,571,8651.1%78.4%
40Woods County, Oklahoma$2,476,8461.0%79.4%
41Harper County, Oklahoma$2,460,4131.0%80.4%
42Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$2,428,0941.0%81.4%
43Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$2,413,2171.0%82.4%
44McIntosh County, Oklahoma$2,400,9231.0%83.4%
45Osage County, Oklahoma$2,308,3060.9%84.3%
46Payne County, Oklahoma$2,218,9920.9%85.2%
47Canadian County, Oklahoma$2,189,8700.9%86.1%
48Logan County, Oklahoma$2,112,2980.9%87.0%
49Muskogee County, Oklahoma$2,061,5640.8%87.8%
50Haskell County, Oklahoma$2,035,0220.8%88.6%
51Cimarron County, Oklahoma$2,025,3860.8%89.5%
52Major County, Oklahoma$1,997,9430.8%90.3%
53Noble County, Oklahoma$1,846,1080.8%91.0%
54Marshall County, Oklahoma$1,797,7840.7%91.8%
55Latimer County, Oklahoma$1,687,2080.7%92.5%
56Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,567,5260.6%93.1%
57Mayes County, Oklahoma$1,448,6730.6%93.7%
58Garfield County, Oklahoma$1,418,2890.6%94.3%
59Adair County, Oklahoma$1,145,6690.5%94.8%
60Pawnee County, Oklahoma$1,127,5710.5%95.2%
61Rogers County, Oklahoma$1,125,6500.5%95.7%
62Cleveland County, Oklahoma$1,114,4440.5%96.1%
63Texas County, Oklahoma$1,081,6460.4%96.6%
64Grant County, Oklahoma$946,1570.4%97.0%
65Cherokee County, Oklahoma$934,4120.4%97.3%
66Delaware County, Oklahoma$898,5420.4%97.7%
67Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$877,0880.4%98.1%
68Kay County, Oklahoma$828,2630.3%98.4%
69Creek County, Oklahoma$809,0720.3%98.7%
70Craig County, Oklahoma$614,4990.3%99.0%
71Wagoner County, Oklahoma$578,1730.2%99.2%
72Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$498,6300.2%99.4%
73Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$487,7040.2%99.6%
74Nowata County, Oklahoma$287,9440.1%99.7%
75Washington County, Oklahoma$275,4460.1%99.9%
76Ottawa County, Oklahoma$219,3120.1%100.0%
77Tulsa County, Oklahoma$121,6930.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.