Soybean Subsidies in Oklahoma totaled $10.0 million in 2019

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving soybean subsidies, 2019

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kay County, Oklahoma$2,794,58727.9%27.9%
2Grant County, Oklahoma$1,750,12617.5%45.4%
3Garfield County, Oklahoma$1,063,81210.6%56.0%
4Noble County, Oklahoma$674,4496.7%62.7%
5Wagoner County, Oklahoma$519,6325.2%67.9%
6Ottawa County, Oklahoma$408,6484.1%72.0%
7Le Flore County, Oklahoma$358,7653.6%75.5%
8Muskogee County, Oklahoma$234,4602.3%77.9%
9Washington County, Oklahoma$220,3232.2%80.1%
10Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$212,4262.1%82.2%
11Osage County, Oklahoma$198,5552.0%84.2%
12Craig County, Oklahoma$194,3431.9%86.1%
13McCurtain County, Oklahoma$144,1511.4%87.6%
14Garvin County, Oklahoma$125,5221.3%88.8%
15Pawnee County, Oklahoma$110,1101.1%89.9%
16McClain County, Oklahoma$96,4721.0%90.9%
17Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$92,1810.9%91.8%
18Nowata County, Oklahoma$91,6340.9%92.7%
19Texas County, Oklahoma$75,8960.8%93.5%
20Payne County, Oklahoma$74,1850.7%94.2%
21Bryan County, Oklahoma$62,6710.6%94.8%
22Delaware County, Oklahoma$60,3010.6%95.4%
23Canadian County, Oklahoma$51,9660.5%95.9%
24Tulsa County, Oklahoma$49,5970.5%96.4%
25Grady County, Oklahoma$49,0100.5%96.9%
26Choctaw County, Oklahoma$42,3950.4%97.4%
27Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$39,9840.4%97.8%
28Caddo County, Oklahoma$27,4510.3%98.0%
29Washita County, Oklahoma$25,9150.3%98.3%
30Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$25,7010.3%98.5%
31Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$24,2870.2%98.8%
32Logan County, Oklahoma$23,6460.2%99.0%
33Woods County, Oklahoma$19,1110.2%99.2%
34Kiowa County, Oklahoma$18,1820.2%99.4%
35Blaine County, Oklahoma$17,6430.2%99.6%
36Rogers County, Oklahoma$15,5580.2%99.7%
37Major County, Oklahoma$12,6680.1%99.9%
38Beaver County, Oklahoma$7,5780.1%99.9%
39Tillman County, Oklahoma$7,3910.1%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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