Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $1.1 billion from 1995-2014.

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Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2014

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$42,042,4403.7%3.7%
2Washita County, Oklahoma$34,314,2843.0%6.7%
3Kiowa County, Oklahoma$30,963,9382.7%9.5%
4Custer County, Oklahoma$29,839,7472.6%12.1%
5Woodward County, Oklahoma$28,555,2442.5%14.6%
6Beckham County, Oklahoma$27,869,7072.5%17.0%
7Grady County, Oklahoma$26,939,6542.4%19.4%
8Dewey County, Oklahoma$26,658,0622.3%21.8%
9Jefferson County, Oklahoma$25,685,8602.3%24.0%
10Cotton County, Oklahoma$25,229,6142.2%26.3%
11Comanche County, Oklahoma$24,316,1092.1%28.4%
12Craig County, Oklahoma$24,147,0472.1%30.5%
13Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$23,713,3492.1%32.6%
14Blaine County, Oklahoma$23,508,4572.1%34.7%
15Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$23,437,7122.1%36.7%
16Bryan County, Oklahoma$22,285,3372.0%38.7%
17Major County, Oklahoma$22,209,6502.0%40.7%
18Woods County, Oklahoma$20,739,9771.8%42.5%
19Beaver County, Oklahoma$20,457,3031.8%44.3%
20Tillman County, Oklahoma$19,652,2781.7%46.0%
21Garvin County, Oklahoma$19,522,4091.7%47.7%
22Osage County, Oklahoma$19,154,2941.7%49.4%
23Lincoln County, Oklahoma$19,000,9651.7%51.1%
24Greer County, Oklahoma$18,109,2021.6%52.7%
25Harper County, Oklahoma$18,087,2551.6%54.3%
26Ellis County, Oklahoma$17,324,7281.5%55.8%
27Stephens County, Oklahoma$17,237,6831.5%57.3%
28Choctaw County, Oklahoma$16,785,3361.5%58.8%
29Jackson County, Oklahoma$16,692,3431.5%60.3%
30Rogers County, Oklahoma$16,010,3931.4%61.7%
31Garfield County, Oklahoma$15,856,7761.4%63.1%
32Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$15,400,1491.4%64.4%
33Hughes County, Oklahoma$15,293,6251.3%65.8%
34McClain County, Oklahoma$13,464,3671.2%67.0%
35Payne County, Oklahoma$13,389,8091.2%68.2%
36Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$13,373,5331.2%69.3%
37Muskogee County, Oklahoma$13,354,6231.2%70.5%
38Noble County, Oklahoma$13,082,0541.2%71.7%
39Harmon County, Oklahoma$12,759,4661.1%72.8%
40Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$12,579,1911.1%73.9%
41Kay County, Oklahoma$12,527,6151.1%75.0%
42McCurtain County, Oklahoma$12,341,2971.1%76.1%
43Cimarron County, Oklahoma$11,845,0181.0%77.1%
44Delaware County, Oklahoma$11,838,6231.0%78.2%
45Johnston County, Oklahoma$11,380,0461.0%79.2%
46Canadian County, Oklahoma$11,144,3801.0%80.2%
47Atoka County, Oklahoma$10,906,1731.0%81.1%
48Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$10,455,9270.9%82.0%
49Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$10,225,0600.9%82.9%
50Mayes County, Oklahoma$10,038,9180.9%83.8%
51Seminole County, Oklahoma$9,988,0960.9%84.7%
52Adair County, Oklahoma$9,632,8090.8%85.5%
53Nowata County, Oklahoma$9,350,2620.8%86.4%
54Le Flore County, Oklahoma$9,345,6200.8%87.2%
55Grant County, Oklahoma$9,065,0370.8%88.0%
56Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$8,884,9580.8%88.8%
57Logan County, Oklahoma$8,841,9470.8%89.6%
58Pawnee County, Oklahoma$8,830,9300.8%90.3%
59Texas County, Oklahoma$8,286,4030.7%91.1%
60Love County, Oklahoma$8,250,4630.7%91.8%
61Cherokee County, Oklahoma$7,917,4030.7%92.5%
62Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$7,776,7410.7%93.2%
63Carter County, Oklahoma$7,625,0580.7%93.8%
64Ottawa County, Oklahoma$7,024,4480.6%94.5%
65Coal County, Oklahoma$6,478,8040.6%95.0%
66Wagoner County, Oklahoma$6,281,4820.6%95.6%
67McIntosh County, Oklahoma$6,204,5050.5%96.1%
68Creek County, Oklahoma$6,130,7070.5%96.7%
69Murray County, Oklahoma$5,470,2690.5%97.2%
70Marshall County, Oklahoma$5,075,4700.4%97.6%
71Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$4,974,3190.4%98.0%
72Haskell County, Oklahoma$4,727,3820.4%98.5%
73Cleveland County, Oklahoma$4,618,7850.4%98.9%
74Washington County, Oklahoma$4,337,0000.4%99.2%
75Latimer County, Oklahoma$3,853,8380.3%99.6%
76Tulsa County, Oklahoma$2,903,7640.3%99.8%
77Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$1,865,4380.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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