Corn Subsidies in Oklahoma totaled $310 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Corn Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$130,413,06542.1%42.1%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$37,112,82612.0%54.1%
3Kay County, Oklahoma$16,905,2705.5%59.6%
4McCurtain County, Oklahoma$11,286,1953.6%63.2%
5Garfield County, Oklahoma$10,998,9703.6%66.8%
6Muskogee County, Oklahoma$8,041,3642.6%69.4%
7Grant County, Oklahoma$7,912,3852.6%71.9%
8Noble County, Oklahoma$7,412,8082.4%74.3%
9Beaver County, Oklahoma$7,363,5112.4%76.7%
10Ottawa County, Oklahoma$5,128,0691.7%78.3%
11Garvin County, Oklahoma$4,991,3371.6%80.0%
12Tillman County, Oklahoma$4,554,7281.5%81.4%
13Bryan County, Oklahoma$4,504,6711.5%82.9%
14Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$4,403,7001.4%84.3%
15Major County, Oklahoma$3,905,1691.3%85.6%
16Caddo County, Oklahoma$3,347,7151.1%86.6%
17McClain County, Oklahoma$2,968,3741.0%87.6%
18Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$2,904,1310.9%88.5%
19Grady County, Oklahoma$2,835,3480.9%89.5%
20Wagoner County, Oklahoma$2,705,3490.9%90.3%
21Craig County, Oklahoma$2,425,0250.8%91.1%
22Choctaw County, Oklahoma$2,328,3040.8%91.9%
23Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,984,3030.6%92.5%
24Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,666,1370.5%93.0%
25Ellis County, Oklahoma$1,392,3140.4%93.5%
26Nowata County, Oklahoma$1,216,9660.4%93.9%
27Harper County, Oklahoma$1,176,9100.4%94.3%
28Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$1,157,2040.4%94.6%
29Haskell County, Oklahoma$1,000,4750.3%95.0%
30Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$990,6950.3%95.3%
31Hughes County, Oklahoma$899,9710.3%95.6%
32Logan County, Oklahoma$825,4470.3%95.8%
33Custer County, Oklahoma$817,1090.3%96.1%
34Canadian County, Oklahoma$798,4070.3%96.4%
35Comanche County, Oklahoma$786,5770.3%96.6%
36Kiowa County, Oklahoma$709,7520.2%96.8%
37Marshall County, Oklahoma$699,3230.2%97.1%
38Osage County, Oklahoma$689,1070.2%97.3%
39Mayes County, Oklahoma$663,5700.2%97.5%
40Cleveland County, Oklahoma$566,2930.2%97.7%
41Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$552,0490.2%97.9%
42Lincoln County, Oklahoma$469,9530.2%98.0%
43Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$465,3610.2%98.2%
44Beckham County, Oklahoma$406,6960.1%98.3%
45Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$371,9020.1%98.4%
46Washita County, Oklahoma$334,7050.1%98.5%
47Carter County, Oklahoma$332,9440.1%98.6%
48Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$326,1890.1%98.7%
49Johnston County, Oklahoma$318,4380.1%98.8%
50McIntosh County, Oklahoma$303,9090.1%98.9%
51Payne County, Oklahoma$300,7650.1%99.0%
52Dewey County, Oklahoma$287,1370.1%99.1%
53Blaine County, Oklahoma$280,8990.1%99.2%
54Murray County, Oklahoma$277,7580.1%99.3%
55Love County, Oklahoma$271,1110.1%99.4%
56Pawnee County, Oklahoma$269,0860.1%99.5%
57Washington County, Oklahoma$209,1080.1%99.6%
58Rogers County, Oklahoma$194,6970.1%99.6%
59Tulsa County, Oklahoma$155,8820.1%99.7%
60Delaware County, Oklahoma$154,5110.0%99.7%
61Stephens County, Oklahoma$149,6170.0%99.8%
62Cotton County, Oklahoma$133,8000.0%99.8%
63Atoka County, Oklahoma$97,3020.0%99.8%
64Seminole County, Oklahoma$86,7250.0%99.9%
65Harmon County, Oklahoma$67,8940.0%99.9%
66Woodward County, Oklahoma$62,2420.0%99.9%
67Greer County, Oklahoma$53,6060.0%99.9%
68Jackson County, Oklahoma$52,6610.0%99.9%
69Creek County, Oklahoma$50,4830.0%100.0%
70Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$30,3760.0%100.0%
71Adair County, Oklahoma$25,2680.0%100.0%
72Latimer County, Oklahoma$21,3640.0%100.0%
73Jefferson County, Oklahoma$13,7370.0%100.0%
74Coal County, Oklahoma$11,6320.0%100.0%
75Cherokee County, Oklahoma$8,5790.0%100.0%
76Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$3,1480.0%100.0%
77Woods County, Oklahoma$1,9180.0%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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