Corn Subsidies in Oklahoma totaled $265 million from 1995-2016.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2016

Rank County Corn Subsidies
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$111,903,39342.2%42.2%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$31,891,34012.0%54.2%
3Kay County, Oklahoma$14,940,0265.6%59.8%
4McCurtain County, Oklahoma$9,033,6803.4%63.2%
5Garfield County, Oklahoma$8,457,1393.2%66.4%
6Muskogee County, Oklahoma$7,314,6272.8%69.1%
7Grant County, Oklahoma$7,026,2122.6%71.8%
8Noble County, Oklahoma$6,255,4032.4%74.1%
9Beaver County, Oklahoma$6,039,9222.3%76.4%
10Garvin County, Oklahoma$4,201,2071.6%78.0%
11Ottawa County, Oklahoma$4,164,6821.6%79.6%
12Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$4,096,5951.5%81.1%
13Tillman County, Oklahoma$3,912,4501.5%82.6%
14Bryan County, Oklahoma$3,787,1991.4%84.0%
15Major County, Oklahoma$3,207,2051.2%85.2%
16Caddo County, Oklahoma$3,081,2101.2%86.4%
17Grady County, Oklahoma$2,423,8600.9%87.3%
18Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$2,418,1640.9%88.2%
19McClain County, Oklahoma$2,391,5320.9%89.1%
20Wagoner County, Oklahoma$2,322,6470.9%90.0%
21Craig County, Oklahoma$2,133,5790.8%90.8%
22Choctaw County, Oklahoma$2,007,3830.8%91.5%
23Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,791,6730.7%92.2%
24Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,571,3010.6%92.8%
25Ellis County, Oklahoma$1,164,1880.4%93.2%
26Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$1,104,1390.4%93.7%
27Nowata County, Oklahoma$1,086,3470.4%94.1%
28Harper County, Oklahoma$1,058,6580.4%94.5%
29Haskell County, Oklahoma$950,4790.4%94.8%
30Hughes County, Oklahoma$897,7170.3%95.2%
31Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$769,7980.3%95.5%
32Canadian County, Oklahoma$719,9760.3%95.7%
33Custer County, Oklahoma$717,4480.3%96.0%
34Logan County, Oklahoma$702,8680.3%96.3%
35Marshall County, Oklahoma$662,4770.2%96.5%
36Comanche County, Oklahoma$650,0270.2%96.8%
37Mayes County, Oklahoma$611,2640.2%97.0%
38Cleveland County, Oklahoma$549,3850.2%97.2%
39Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$511,9330.2%97.4%
40Osage County, Oklahoma$480,7260.2%97.6%
41Lincoln County, Oklahoma$460,6900.2%97.7%
42Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$443,6190.2%97.9%
43Kiowa County, Oklahoma$423,6060.2%98.1%
44Beckham County, Oklahoma$363,7090.1%98.2%
45Carter County, Oklahoma$322,6850.1%98.3%
46Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$315,0560.1%98.4%
47Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$313,5050.1%98.6%
48Washita County, Oklahoma$301,3650.1%98.7%
49Johnston County, Oklahoma$297,7700.1%98.8%
50McIntosh County, Oklahoma$284,2950.1%98.9%
51Dewey County, Oklahoma$276,9620.1%99.0%
52Murray County, Oklahoma$269,1150.1%99.1%
53Blaine County, Oklahoma$267,7220.1%99.2%
54Payne County, Oklahoma$263,7810.1%99.3%
55Love County, Oklahoma$252,9230.1%99.4%
56Pawnee County, Oklahoma$224,0130.1%99.5%
57Washington County, Oklahoma$209,0490.1%99.6%
58Rogers County, Oklahoma$175,4530.1%99.6%
59Tulsa County, Oklahoma$153,4050.1%99.7%
60Stephens County, Oklahoma$142,9210.1%99.7%
61Delaware County, Oklahoma$115,8270.0%99.8%
62Atoka County, Oklahoma$90,7610.0%99.8%
63Seminole County, Oklahoma$82,2100.0%99.8%
64Cotton County, Oklahoma$58,4350.0%99.9%
65Woodward County, Oklahoma$51,9740.0%99.9%
66Jackson County, Oklahoma$48,0210.0%99.9%
67Greer County, Oklahoma$47,3520.0%99.9%
68Creek County, Oklahoma$45,5430.0%99.9%
69Harmon County, Oklahoma$41,1890.0%100.0%
70Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$30,0580.0%100.0%
71Adair County, Oklahoma$25,2290.0%100.0%
72Latimer County, Oklahoma$19,7430.0%100.0%
73Jefferson County, Oklahoma$13,6560.0%100.0%
74Coal County, Oklahoma$10,8000.0%100.0%
75Cherokee County, Oklahoma$8,0970.0%100.0%
76Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$3,1480.0%100.0%
77Woods County, Oklahoma$1,4080.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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