Total Counter Cyclical Payments in Oklahoma totaled $231 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Total Counter Cyclical Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Total Counter Cyclical Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Tillman County, Oklahoma$40,599,41717.6%17.6%
2Jackson County, Oklahoma$34,140,57514.8%32.3%
3Caddo County, Oklahoma$30,109,09513.0%45.3%
4Harmon County, Oklahoma$19,875,1208.6%53.9%
5Washita County, Oklahoma$17,076,0437.4%61.3%
6Kiowa County, Oklahoma$14,303,9106.2%67.5%
7Beckham County, Oklahoma$12,045,3035.2%72.7%
8Greer County, Oklahoma$8,789,1963.8%76.5%
9Texas County, Oklahoma$8,678,2553.8%80.3%
10Custer County, Oklahoma$5,238,6362.3%82.5%
11Cotton County, Oklahoma$3,848,4141.7%84.2%
12Grady County, Oklahoma$3,263,9351.4%85.6%
13Cimarron County, Oklahoma$3,230,8931.4%87.0%
14Comanche County, Oklahoma$2,261,2891.0%88.0%
15McClain County, Oklahoma$2,173,8720.9%88.9%
16Kay County, Oklahoma$2,129,1040.9%89.9%
17Bryan County, Oklahoma$1,911,9680.8%90.7%
18Hughes County, Oklahoma$1,779,9830.8%91.4%
19Love County, Oklahoma$1,700,8880.7%92.2%
20Canadian County, Oklahoma$1,656,5340.7%92.9%
21Garvin County, Oklahoma$1,472,7320.6%93.5%
22Stephens County, Oklahoma$1,460,7960.6%94.2%
23Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$1,286,2650.6%94.7%
24Blaine County, Oklahoma$1,284,0060.6%95.3%
25Beaver County, Oklahoma$1,032,5650.4%95.7%
26Marshall County, Oklahoma$640,2870.3%96.0%
27Johnston County, Oklahoma$627,2880.3%96.3%
28Atoka County, Oklahoma$532,7270.2%96.5%
29Dewey County, Oklahoma$503,8360.2%96.7%
30McCurtain County, Oklahoma$497,6480.2%96.9%
31Muskogee County, Oklahoma$486,3200.2%97.1%
32Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$471,3480.2%97.4%
33Grant County, Oklahoma$465,8870.2%97.6%
34Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$403,1570.2%97.7%
35Noble County, Oklahoma$376,5200.2%97.9%
36Jefferson County, Oklahoma$319,6650.1%98.0%
37Ottawa County, Oklahoma$318,2400.1%98.2%
38Craig County, Oklahoma$312,1480.1%98.3%
39Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$276,7300.1%98.4%
40Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$275,4700.1%98.5%
41Major County, Oklahoma$260,5570.1%98.7%
42Ellis County, Oklahoma$225,5830.1%98.8%
43McIntosh County, Oklahoma$208,2560.1%98.8%
44Carter County, Oklahoma$200,3340.1%98.9%
45Choctaw County, Oklahoma$194,9230.1%99.0%
46Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$182,2590.1%99.1%
47Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$181,7120.1%99.2%
48Harper County, Oklahoma$155,7470.1%99.2%
49Wagoner County, Oklahoma$140,9250.1%99.3%
50Le Flore County, Oklahoma$136,3920.1%99.4%
51Garfield County, Oklahoma$107,1000.0%99.4%
52Mayes County, Oklahoma$106,7260.0%99.5%
53Woods County, Oklahoma$102,2420.0%99.5%
54Nowata County, Oklahoma$100,7820.0%99.5%
55Woodward County, Oklahoma$97,8230.0%99.6%
56Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$92,3600.0%99.6%
57Lincoln County, Oklahoma$84,4290.0%99.7%
58Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$82,7490.0%99.7%
59Cleveland County, Oklahoma$78,2490.0%99.7%
60Haskell County, Oklahoma$78,1220.0%99.8%
61Delaware County, Oklahoma$71,2290.0%99.8%
62Payne County, Oklahoma$60,1390.0%99.8%
63Seminole County, Oklahoma$59,7610.0%99.8%
64Washington County, Oklahoma$59,5180.0%99.9%
65Logan County, Oklahoma$58,8590.0%99.9%
66Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$46,8610.0%99.9%
67Coal County, Oklahoma$46,6510.0%99.9%
68Osage County, Oklahoma$43,1820.0%100.0%
69Pawnee County, Oklahoma$41,3540.0%100.0%
70Murray County, Oklahoma$28,8570.0%100.0%
71Creek County, Oklahoma$23,8850.0%100.0%
72Latimer County, Oklahoma$5,0980.0%100.0%
73Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$4,0780.0%100.0%
74Adair County, Oklahoma$2,5860.0%100.0%
75Cherokee County, Oklahoma$2,4860.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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