Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments in Oklahoma totaled $2.6 million in 2017

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Total Livestock Indemnity Program payments, 2017

Rank County Total Livestock Indemnity Program
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cimarron County, Oklahoma$1,157,40744.1%44.1%
2Beaver County, Oklahoma$310,53511.8%56.0%
3Harper County, Oklahoma$294,73411.2%67.2%
4Texas County, Oklahoma$208,6768.0%75.1%
5Major County, Oklahoma$172,7496.6%81.7%
6Garvin County, Oklahoma$115,4604.4%86.1%
7Mayes County, Oklahoma$33,8891.3%87.4%
8Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$32,9991.3%88.7%
9Woodward County, Oklahoma$32,8021.3%89.9%
10Ellis County, Oklahoma$26,0331.0%90.9%
11Adair County, Oklahoma$25,6501.0%91.9%
12Beckham County, Oklahoma$18,8750.7%92.6%
13McCurtain County, Oklahoma$16,8770.6%93.3%
14Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$14,0150.5%93.8%
15Grady County, Oklahoma$13,8280.5%94.3%
16Choctaw County, Oklahoma$11,4790.4%94.8%
17Bryan County, Oklahoma$11,3640.4%95.2%
18Lincoln County, Oklahoma$11,3620.4%95.6%
19Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$10,6720.4%96.0%
20Nowata County, Oklahoma$10,6380.4%96.4%
21Payne County, Oklahoma$10,0280.4%96.8%
22Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$9,2840.4%97.2%
23Johnston County, Oklahoma$8,6520.3%97.5%
24Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$8,5410.3%97.8%
25Love County, Oklahoma$6,0930.2%98.1%
26Hughes County, Oklahoma$5,2740.2%98.3%
27Creek County, Oklahoma$4,6560.2%98.4%
28Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$4,6050.2%98.6%
29Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$4,5660.2%98.8%
30Kiowa County, Oklahoma$4,3070.2%99.0%
31Seminole County, Oklahoma$4,2700.2%99.1%
32Stephens County, Oklahoma$4,1860.2%99.3%
33Cherokee County, Oklahoma$3,5990.1%99.4%
34Cotton County, Oklahoma$3,2740.1%99.5%
35McIntosh County, Oklahoma$2,9100.1%99.7%
36Wagoner County, Oklahoma$1,9340.1%99.7%
37Marshall County, Oklahoma$1,9340.1%99.8%
38Craig County, Oklahoma$1,7870.1%99.9%
39Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,2870.0%99.9%
40Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,2570.0%100.0%
41Ottawa County, Oklahoma$9700.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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