Agricultural Conservation Program payments in Oklahoma totaled $5.0 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Agricultural Conservation Program payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Agricultural Conservation Program
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$235,7564.7%4.7%
2Le Flore County, Oklahoma$212,3574.2%8.9%
3Grady County, Oklahoma$199,6504.0%12.9%
4Seminole County, Oklahoma$169,6503.4%16.3%
5Hughes County, Oklahoma$155,9773.1%19.4%
6Garfield County, Oklahoma$151,5543.0%22.4%
7Cherokee County, Oklahoma$124,4972.5%24.9%
8Kiowa County, Oklahoma$122,5512.4%27.4%
9Dewey County, Oklahoma$114,7352.3%29.7%
10Tillman County, Oklahoma$111,5392.2%31.9%
11Canadian County, Oklahoma$96,4981.9%33.8%
12Washita County, Oklahoma$93,8921.9%35.7%
13Custer County, Oklahoma$92,6041.8%37.5%
14Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$91,8171.8%39.4%
15Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$91,0821.8%41.2%
16Texas County, Oklahoma$90,9531.8%43.0%
17Adair County, Oklahoma$80,6941.6%44.6%
18Grant County, Oklahoma$80,0831.6%46.2%
19Muskogee County, Oklahoma$79,5561.6%47.8%
20Osage County, Oklahoma$78,8081.6%49.4%
21Bryan County, Oklahoma$78,1131.6%50.9%
22Beckham County, Oklahoma$76,3481.5%52.4%
23Stephens County, Oklahoma$71,8731.4%53.9%
24Jackson County, Oklahoma$71,7921.4%55.3%
25Jefferson County, Oklahoma$71,0551.4%56.7%
26Kay County, Oklahoma$70,5691.4%58.1%
27Harper County, Oklahoma$69,7641.4%59.5%
28Woods County, Oklahoma$64,0771.3%60.8%
29Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$63,1691.3%62.1%
30Blaine County, Oklahoma$60,1821.2%63.3%
31Craig County, Oklahoma$60,0751.2%64.5%
32McClain County, Oklahoma$59,9201.2%65.7%
33Beaver County, Oklahoma$59,2231.2%66.8%
34McCurtain County, Oklahoma$59,0891.2%68.0%
35Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$57,4021.1%69.2%
36Payne County, Oklahoma$57,2761.1%70.3%
37Cotton County, Oklahoma$56,2711.1%71.4%
38Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$54,5381.1%72.5%
39Logan County, Oklahoma$54,3041.1%73.6%
40Noble County, Oklahoma$53,8431.1%74.7%
41Creek County, Oklahoma$53,7961.1%75.8%
42Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$52,7351.1%76.8%
43Woodward County, Oklahoma$50,0941.0%77.8%
44Love County, Oklahoma$49,4291.0%78.8%
45Atoka County, Oklahoma$48,8921.0%79.8%
46Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$48,1161.0%80.7%
47Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$45,6910.9%81.6%
48Delaware County, Oklahoma$45,1150.9%82.5%
49Carter County, Oklahoma$44,1460.9%83.4%
50Haskell County, Oklahoma$43,9330.9%84.3%
51Lincoln County, Oklahoma$43,4300.9%85.2%
52Cimarron County, Oklahoma$42,3870.8%86.0%
53Comanche County, Oklahoma$41,0710.8%86.8%
54Ellis County, Oklahoma$40,7530.8%87.6%
55Choctaw County, Oklahoma$39,3430.8%88.4%
56Major County, Oklahoma$38,8940.8%89.2%
57Ottawa County, Oklahoma$36,6500.7%89.9%
58Nowata County, Oklahoma$35,0170.7%90.6%
59Harmon County, Oklahoma$34,2190.7%91.3%
60Mayes County, Oklahoma$34,1450.7%92.0%
61Garvin County, Oklahoma$33,8610.7%92.7%
62Washington County, Oklahoma$31,1790.6%93.3%
63Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$31,0970.6%93.9%
64Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$30,7990.6%94.5%
65Johnston County, Oklahoma$29,8220.6%95.1%
66Rogers County, Oklahoma$27,0890.5%95.7%
67Coal County, Oklahoma$24,8900.5%96.2%
68Greer County, Oklahoma$23,1980.5%96.6%
69McIntosh County, Oklahoma$22,6800.5%97.1%
70Tulsa County, Oklahoma$22,3460.4%97.5%
71Latimer County, Oklahoma$21,7000.4%98.0%
72Wagoner County, Oklahoma$21,3730.4%98.4%
73Cleveland County, Oklahoma$20,0100.4%98.8%
74Pawnee County, Oklahoma$18,6830.4%99.2%
75Marshall County, Oklahoma$18,4610.4%99.5%
76Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$12,5840.3%99.8%
77Murray County, Oklahoma$11,3600.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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