Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Oklahoma totaled $12.4 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cimarron County, Oklahoma$2,087,80216.8%16.8%
2McCurtain County, Oklahoma$810,9476.5%23.4%
3Dewey County, Oklahoma$785,6206.3%29.7%
4Texas County, Oklahoma$573,5754.6%34.3%
5Muskogee County, Oklahoma$470,9843.8%38.1%
6Harper County, Oklahoma$418,0053.4%41.5%
7Beaver County, Oklahoma$362,1022.9%44.4%
8Caddo County, Oklahoma$325,5032.6%47.0%
9Rogers County, Oklahoma$309,2092.5%49.5%
10Woods County, Oklahoma$305,6192.5%52.0%
11Mayes County, Oklahoma$304,7382.5%54.4%
12Woodward County, Oklahoma$280,2462.3%56.7%
13Major County, Oklahoma$225,8771.8%58.5%
14Jackson County, Oklahoma$223,1211.8%60.3%
15Craig County, Oklahoma$220,3371.8%62.1%
16Bryan County, Oklahoma$194,5981.6%63.7%
17Ottawa County, Oklahoma$194,0831.6%65.2%
18Wagoner County, Oklahoma$193,1001.6%66.8%
19Adair County, Oklahoma$191,5351.5%68.3%
20Le Flore County, Oklahoma$190,9351.5%69.9%
21Lincoln County, Oklahoma$179,9351.5%71.3%
22Ellis County, Oklahoma$176,1801.4%72.7%
23Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$175,2601.4%74.1%
24Garvin County, Oklahoma$162,7841.3%75.5%
25McIntosh County, Oklahoma$148,6121.2%76.7%
26Grady County, Oklahoma$146,0731.2%77.8%
27Haskell County, Oklahoma$145,1301.2%79.0%
28Tulsa County, Oklahoma$136,2951.1%80.1%
29Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$120,4941.0%81.1%
30Delaware County, Oklahoma$120,0731.0%82.0%
31Osage County, Oklahoma$115,6220.9%83.0%
32Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$111,7330.9%83.9%
33Nowata County, Oklahoma$106,1110.9%84.7%
34Kay County, Oklahoma$105,9950.9%85.6%
35Atoka County, Oklahoma$96,3670.8%86.4%
36Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$90,9740.7%87.1%
37Beckham County, Oklahoma$84,3930.7%87.8%
38Payne County, Oklahoma$80,2390.6%88.4%
39Washington County, Oklahoma$79,7070.6%89.1%
40Cherokee County, Oklahoma$79,1630.6%89.7%
41Logan County, Oklahoma$78,3060.6%90.3%
42Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$70,1880.6%90.9%
43Creek County, Oklahoma$69,2420.6%91.5%
44Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$68,3450.6%92.0%
45Canadian County, Oklahoma$66,4830.5%92.5%
46Choctaw County, Oklahoma$65,8250.5%93.1%
47Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$57,0470.5%93.5%
48Murray County, Oklahoma$52,7640.4%94.0%
49Jefferson County, Oklahoma$52,2610.4%94.4%
50Hughes County, Oklahoma$51,6550.4%94.8%
51Noble County, Oklahoma$50,7470.4%95.2%
52McClain County, Oklahoma$43,0120.3%95.6%
53Pawnee County, Oklahoma$41,7060.3%95.9%
54Johnston County, Oklahoma$41,5340.3%96.2%
55Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$38,7540.3%96.5%
56Tillman County, Oklahoma$34,7210.3%96.8%
57Custer County, Oklahoma$34,6310.3%97.1%
58Stephens County, Oklahoma$32,2550.3%97.4%
59Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$29,4490.2%97.6%
60Blaine County, Oklahoma$27,5790.2%97.8%
61Seminole County, Oklahoma$25,8850.2%98.0%
62Greer County, Oklahoma$25,6810.2%98.2%
63Comanche County, Oklahoma$23,8970.2%98.4%
64Washita County, Oklahoma$23,6720.2%98.6%
65Grant County, Oklahoma$23,5310.2%98.8%
66Kiowa County, Oklahoma$21,8500.2%99.0%
67Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$21,3990.2%99.2%
68Cleveland County, Oklahoma$19,4890.2%99.3%
69Harmon County, Oklahoma$19,0940.2%99.5%
70Carter County, Oklahoma$17,8070.1%99.6%
71Garfield County, Oklahoma$15,5200.1%99.7%
72Latimer County, Oklahoma$12,0150.1%99.8%
73Love County, Oklahoma$6,0930.0%99.9%
74Coal County, Oklahoma$4,5370.0%99.9%
75Cotton County, Oklahoma$4,4080.0%100.0%
76Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$4,1710.0%100.0%
77Marshall County, Oklahoma$1,9340.0%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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