Corn Subsidies in Oklahoma totaled $19.1 million in 2017

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving corn subsidies, 2017

Rank County Corn Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$8,325,27443.5%43.5%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$2,115,88611.1%54.6%
3Garfield County, Oklahoma$1,005,5685.3%59.8%
4McCurtain County, Oklahoma$933,0734.9%64.7%
5Kay County, Oklahoma$711,4243.7%68.4%
6Beaver County, Oklahoma$578,6353.0%71.5%
7Noble County, Oklahoma$546,0402.9%74.3%
8Major County, Oklahoma$490,3212.6%76.9%
9Grant County, Oklahoma$371,0741.9%78.8%
10Ottawa County, Oklahoma$337,0041.8%80.6%
11Tillman County, Oklahoma$305,4771.6%82.2%
12Muskogee County, Oklahoma$302,8701.6%83.8%
13Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$302,8641.6%85.3%
14Garvin County, Oklahoma$286,6751.5%86.8%
15Bryan County, Oklahoma$271,0841.4%88.3%
16Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$195,0721.0%89.3%
17McClain County, Oklahoma$187,7091.0%90.3%
18Grady County, Oklahoma$162,2430.8%91.1%
19Wagoner County, Oklahoma$153,6440.8%91.9%
20Caddo County, Oklahoma$130,5350.7%92.6%
21Choctaw County, Oklahoma$127,0120.7%93.3%
22Ellis County, Oklahoma$125,6290.7%93.9%
23Craig County, Oklahoma$102,4000.5%94.5%
24Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$87,2220.5%94.9%
25Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$73,0740.4%95.3%
26Harper County, Oklahoma$71,1040.4%95.7%
27Osage County, Oklahoma$61,2490.3%96.0%
28Kiowa County, Oklahoma$61,1470.3%96.3%
29Custer County, Oklahoma$55,4520.3%96.6%
30Logan County, Oklahoma$48,5160.3%96.8%
31Comanche County, Oklahoma$47,6900.2%97.1%
32Nowata County, Oklahoma$47,0600.2%97.3%
33Haskell County, Oklahoma$43,7480.2%97.6%
34Le Flore County, Oklahoma$42,7980.2%97.8%
35Canadian County, Oklahoma$37,5920.2%98.0%
36Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$35,4460.2%98.2%
37Cotton County, Oklahoma$32,5600.2%98.3%
38Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$30,0600.2%98.5%
39Mayes County, Oklahoma$26,2010.1%98.6%
40Pawnee County, Oklahoma$25,1130.1%98.8%
41Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$24,8410.1%98.9%
42Beckham County, Oklahoma$22,0860.1%99.0%
43Marshall County, Oklahoma$20,3400.1%99.1%
44Washita County, Oklahoma$16,2730.1%99.2%
45Harmon County, Oklahoma$12,3770.1%99.3%
46Johnston County, Oklahoma$11,3590.1%99.3%
47Rogers County, Oklahoma$11,1740.1%99.4%
48Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$10,8990.1%99.4%
49McIntosh County, Oklahoma$10,0210.1%99.5%
50Dewey County, Oklahoma$9,9630.1%99.6%
51Blaine County, Oklahoma$9,5130.0%99.6%
52Love County, Oklahoma$9,4970.0%99.7%
53Payne County, Oklahoma$8,9970.0%99.7%
54Cleveland County, Oklahoma$8,4580.0%99.7%
55Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$6,8550.0%99.8%
56Carter County, Oklahoma$5,3820.0%99.8%
57Woodward County, Oklahoma$5,2660.0%99.8%
58Stephens County, Oklahoma$5,2630.0%99.9%
59Murray County, Oklahoma$4,8120.0%99.9%
60Creek County, Oklahoma$4,0380.0%99.9%
61Atoka County, Oklahoma$3,4080.0%99.9%
62Greer County, Oklahoma$3,1710.0%99.9%
63Seminole County, Oklahoma$2,5210.0%100.0%
64Lincoln County, Oklahoma$2,4600.0%100.0%
65Jackson County, Oklahoma$1,9310.0%100.0%
66Tulsa County, Oklahoma$1,1430.0%100.0%
67Latimer County, Oklahoma$8110.0%100.0%
68Hughes County, Oklahoma$7390.0%100.0%
69Coal County, Oklahoma$6240.0%100.0%
70Cherokee County, Oklahoma$4820.0%100.0%
71Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$1590.0%100.0%
72Washington County, Oklahoma$590.0%100.0%
73Delaware County, Oklahoma$550.0%100.0%
74Adair County, Oklahoma$390.0%100.0%
75Jefferson County, Oklahoma$360.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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