Livestock Subsidies in Oklahoma totaled $5.9 million in 2010

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving livestock subsidies, 2010

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cimarron County, Oklahoma$872,92114.8%14.8%
2Beaver County, Oklahoma$845,14414.4%29.2%
3Cotton County, Oklahoma$614,60410.4%39.6%
4Kiowa County, Oklahoma$613,02810.4%50.0%
5Custer County, Oklahoma$298,7715.1%55.1%
6Tillman County, Oklahoma$292,5975.0%60.1%
7Harmon County, Oklahoma$271,5624.6%64.7%
8Jackson County, Oklahoma$225,4013.8%68.5%
9Comanche County, Oklahoma$179,6123.1%71.6%
10Greer County, Oklahoma$179,5023.0%74.6%
11Caddo County, Oklahoma$162,1202.8%77.4%
12McCurtain County, Oklahoma$151,4252.6%80.0%
13Dewey County, Oklahoma$151,2892.6%82.5%
14Beckham County, Oklahoma$101,7751.7%84.3%
15Stephens County, Oklahoma$96,9641.6%85.9%
16Major County, Oklahoma$79,6181.4%87.3%
17Jefferson County, Oklahoma$75,4111.3%88.5%
18Grady County, Oklahoma$64,8271.1%89.6%
19Lincoln County, Oklahoma$61,3111.0%90.7%
20Muskogee County, Oklahoma$55,9381.0%91.6%
21Craig County, Oklahoma$40,0490.7%92.3%
22Garvin County, Oklahoma$37,8240.6%93.0%
23Haskell County, Oklahoma$27,4320.5%93.4%
24Texas County, Oklahoma$27,3900.5%93.9%
25Kay County, Oklahoma$27,3790.5%94.3%
26Nowata County, Oklahoma$26,8740.5%94.8%
27Wagoner County, Oklahoma$23,1140.4%95.2%
28Le Flore County, Oklahoma$21,3290.4%95.6%
29Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$19,4980.3%95.9%
30Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$19,2660.3%96.2%
31Pawnee County, Oklahoma$17,8560.3%96.5%
32Adair County, Oklahoma$15,1740.3%96.8%
33Mayes County, Oklahoma$14,4810.2%97.0%
34Cherokee County, Oklahoma$11,9910.2%97.2%
35Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$10,8210.2%97.4%
36McIntosh County, Oklahoma$10,7000.2%97.6%
37Murray County, Oklahoma$9,4270.2%97.8%
38Osage County, Oklahoma$9,3260.2%97.9%
39Bryan County, Oklahoma$9,0800.2%98.1%
40Ottawa County, Oklahoma$9,0040.2%98.2%
41Harper County, Oklahoma$8,6660.1%98.4%
42Johnston County, Oklahoma$7,8580.1%98.5%
43Washington County, Oklahoma$7,6320.1%98.6%
44Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$7,4370.1%98.8%
45Noble County, Oklahoma$7,3900.1%98.9%
46Creek County, Oklahoma$7,1180.1%99.0%
47Tulsa County, Oklahoma$6,4010.1%99.1%
48Washita County, Oklahoma$6,2560.1%99.2%
49Atoka County, Oklahoma$4,9960.1%99.3%
50Blaine County, Oklahoma$4,6700.1%99.4%
51Seminole County, Oklahoma$4,3410.1%99.5%
52Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$4,1710.1%99.5%
53Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$3,6830.1%99.6%
54Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$3,6830.1%99.7%
55Payne County, Oklahoma$3,4450.1%99.7%
56Logan County, Oklahoma$3,3330.1%99.8%
57Carter County, Oklahoma$3,0090.1%99.8%
58Cleveland County, Oklahoma$2,7800.0%99.9%
59Delaware County, Oklahoma$2,2000.0%99.9%
60Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$2,1970.0%99.9%
61Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$2,1580.0%100.0%
62Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$6060.0%100.0%
63McClain County, Oklahoma$4330.0%100.0%
64Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$1640.0%100.0%
65Love County, Oklahoma$340.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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