Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $1.6 billion from 1995-2016.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2016

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$55,950,6313.4%3.4%
2Washita County, Oklahoma$44,168,4242.7%6.2%
3Grady County, Oklahoma$40,073,4132.5%8.6%
4Osage County, Oklahoma$38,894,1332.4%11.0%
5Kiowa County, Oklahoma$37,987,5122.3%13.4%
6Woods County, Oklahoma$37,409,5852.3%15.7%
7Custer County, Oklahoma$36,812,5602.3%17.9%
8Bryan County, Oklahoma$36,315,7542.2%20.2%
9Craig County, Oklahoma$36,066,9122.2%22.4%
10Woodward County, Oklahoma$35,928,1842.2%24.6%
11Jefferson County, Oklahoma$35,242,5762.2%26.8%
12Beckham County, Oklahoma$33,865,9912.1%28.9%
13Dewey County, Oklahoma$32,717,2182.0%30.9%
14Garvin County, Oklahoma$32,455,5912.0%32.9%
15Blaine County, Oklahoma$32,187,8562.0%34.9%
16Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$31,890,4922.0%36.8%
17Cotton County, Oklahoma$31,635,9121.9%38.8%
18Stephens County, Oklahoma$31,188,7461.9%40.7%
19Comanche County, Oklahoma$29,957,7871.8%42.6%
20Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$29,738,6091.8%44.4%
21Major County, Oklahoma$29,610,7201.8%46.2%
22Choctaw County, Oklahoma$28,260,6551.7%48.0%
23Beaver County, Oklahoma$26,514,5991.6%49.6%
24Lincoln County, Oklahoma$24,954,3171.5%51.1%
25Garfield County, Oklahoma$24,551,4401.5%52.6%
26Tillman County, Oklahoma$23,964,1461.5%54.1%
27Harper County, Oklahoma$22,774,0241.4%55.5%
28Greer County, Oklahoma$22,306,6361.4%56.9%
29McCurtain County, Oklahoma$21,942,1211.4%58.3%
30Ellis County, Oklahoma$21,688,0061.3%59.6%
31Muskogee County, Oklahoma$20,756,5991.3%60.9%
32Canadian County, Oklahoma$20,618,7631.3%62.1%
33Jackson County, Oklahoma$20,496,1841.3%63.4%
34Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$20,012,1431.2%64.6%
35Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$19,897,5871.2%65.9%
36Rogers County, Oklahoma$19,818,8911.2%67.1%
37Noble County, Oklahoma$19,800,6811.2%68.3%
38Hughes County, Oklahoma$19,766,5271.2%69.5%
39Atoka County, Oklahoma$19,540,4021.2%70.7%
40Le Flore County, Oklahoma$19,471,3981.2%71.9%
41Nowata County, Oklahoma$17,663,1321.1%73.0%
42Payne County, Oklahoma$17,304,7061.1%74.1%
43Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$17,136,0161.1%75.1%
44Kay County, Oklahoma$17,085,6221.1%76.2%
45Johnston County, Oklahoma$16,925,7131.0%77.2%
46Cimarron County, Oklahoma$16,675,5591.0%78.3%
47Harmon County, Oklahoma$16,612,4611.0%79.3%
48Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$16,481,4401.0%80.3%
49Mayes County, Oklahoma$16,426,6751.0%81.3%
50McClain County, Oklahoma$15,732,5971.0%82.3%
51Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$15,706,5401.0%83.2%
52Delaware County, Oklahoma$15,049,4230.9%84.2%
53Logan County, Oklahoma$14,384,7910.9%85.1%
54Grant County, Oklahoma$14,043,0810.9%85.9%
55Seminole County, Oklahoma$13,880,8550.9%86.8%
56Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$13,135,2280.8%87.6%
57Texas County, Oklahoma$12,738,8020.8%88.4%
58Carter County, Oklahoma$12,679,5860.8%89.2%
59Haskell County, Oklahoma$12,621,9690.8%89.9%
60Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$12,260,8370.8%90.7%
61Love County, Oklahoma$12,179,5080.8%91.4%
62Creek County, Oklahoma$11,898,2250.7%92.2%
63Pawnee County, Oklahoma$11,867,3810.7%92.9%
64Adair County, Oklahoma$11,474,4230.7%93.6%
65Ottawa County, Oklahoma$11,041,5480.7%94.3%
66Coal County, Oklahoma$10,412,9310.6%94.9%
67Washington County, Oklahoma$10,106,3680.6%95.6%
68Murray County, Oklahoma$10,097,2510.6%96.2%
69Cherokee County, Oklahoma$10,090,0290.6%96.8%
70McIntosh County, Oklahoma$9,813,0750.6%97.4%
71Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$7,892,4010.5%97.9%
72Wagoner County, Oklahoma$7,819,0520.5%98.4%
73Marshall County, Oklahoma$7,243,1250.4%98.8%
74Latimer County, Oklahoma$6,277,9920.4%99.2%
75Cleveland County, Oklahoma$5,445,7980.3%99.5%
76Tulsa County, Oklahoma$4,165,5590.3%99.8%
77Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$3,238,4550.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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