Deficiency Payments in Oklahoma totaled $17.6 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Deficiency Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$5,182,58029.4%29.4%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$1,796,69910.2%39.6%
3Beaver County, Oklahoma$1,116,4416.3%45.9%
4Caddo County, Oklahoma$575,1443.3%49.2%
5Jefferson County, Oklahoma$512,8622.9%52.1%
6Cotton County, Oklahoma$431,8952.4%54.5%
7McCurtain County, Oklahoma$416,3902.4%56.9%
8Stephens County, Oklahoma$410,3712.3%59.2%
9Custer County, Oklahoma$390,1562.2%61.4%
10Garfield County, Oklahoma$314,5281.8%63.2%
11Ellis County, Oklahoma$307,3851.7%65.0%
12Canadian County, Oklahoma$292,1761.7%66.6%
13Dewey County, Oklahoma$268,3031.5%68.1%
14Blaine County, Oklahoma$262,9151.5%69.6%
15Beckham County, Oklahoma$258,5851.5%71.1%
16Woodward County, Oklahoma$250,5561.4%72.5%
17Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$248,5311.4%73.9%
18Washita County, Oklahoma$235,4751.3%75.3%
19Grady County, Oklahoma$234,9121.3%76.6%
20Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$217,0391.2%77.8%
21Noble County, Oklahoma$193,2041.1%78.9%
22Woods County, Oklahoma$186,3311.1%80.0%
23Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$184,6071.0%81.0%
24Major County, Oklahoma$175,8701.0%82.0%
25Logan County, Oklahoma$174,6681.0%83.0%
26Muskogee County, Oklahoma$163,3420.9%83.9%
27Craig County, Oklahoma$162,5190.9%84.9%
28Ottawa County, Oklahoma$159,5330.9%85.8%
29Harper County, Oklahoma$155,8740.9%86.7%
30Choctaw County, Oklahoma$155,5310.9%87.5%
31Kiowa County, Oklahoma$138,9920.8%88.3%
32Love County, Oklahoma$138,7130.8%89.1%
33Comanche County, Oklahoma$125,0930.7%89.8%
34McClain County, Oklahoma$124,1520.7%90.5%
35Payne County, Oklahoma$119,8040.7%91.2%
36Greer County, Oklahoma$117,4180.7%91.9%
37Bryan County, Oklahoma$117,3640.7%92.5%
38Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$117,3310.7%93.2%
39Garvin County, Oklahoma$113,4340.6%93.8%
40Harmon County, Oklahoma$111,8650.6%94.5%
41Nowata County, Oklahoma$107,1680.6%95.1%
42Hughes County, Oklahoma$99,0010.6%95.6%
43Kay County, Oklahoma$94,7930.5%96.2%
44Osage County, Oklahoma$89,5330.5%96.7%
45Carter County, Oklahoma$81,9000.5%97.2%
46Pawnee County, Oklahoma$74,8040.4%97.6%
47Washington County, Oklahoma$66,4810.4%98.0%
48Wagoner County, Oklahoma$58,6550.3%98.3%
49Haskell County, Oklahoma$51,1510.3%98.6%
50McIntosh County, Oklahoma$49,5780.3%98.9%
51Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$46,0810.3%99.1%
52Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$45,2450.3%99.4%
53Delaware County, Oklahoma$43,6690.2%99.6%
54Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$42,8910.2%99.9%
55Lincoln County, Oklahoma$40,3450.2%100.1%
56Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$39,2130.2%100.3%
57Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$36,2220.2%100.5%
58Tulsa County, Oklahoma$34,6520.2%100.7%
59Grant County, Oklahoma$34,5500.2%100.9%
60Mayes County, Oklahoma$33,1940.2%101.1%
61Rogers County, Oklahoma$30,0110.2%101.3%
62Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$28,7070.2%101.4%
63Le Flore County, Oklahoma$23,6040.1%101.6%
64Creek County, Oklahoma$23,5000.1%101.7%
65Murray County, Oklahoma$22,8910.1%101.8%
66Johnston County, Oklahoma$20,8260.1%102.0%
67Cleveland County, Oklahoma$19,5950.1%102.1%
68Seminole County, Oklahoma$14,7540.1%102.1%
69Marshall County, Oklahoma$10,7880.1%102.2%
70Atoka County, Oklahoma$9,2590.1%102.3%
71Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$7,3330.0%102.3%
72Coal County, Oklahoma$7,1280.0%102.3%
73Latimer County, Oklahoma$2,7250.0%102.4%
74Adair County, Oklahoma$2,3050.0%102.4%
75Cherokee County, Oklahoma$5850.0%102.4%
76Jackson County, Oklahoma$-180,214-1.0%101.4%
77Tillman County, Oklahoma$-238,909-1.4%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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