Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $99.1 million in 2018

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2018

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$5,348,9615.4%5.4%
2Washita County, Oklahoma$4,377,8484.4%9.8%
3Woods County, Oklahoma$4,347,0394.4%14.2%
4Custer County, Oklahoma$4,265,6734.3%18.5%
5Blaine County, Oklahoma$4,231,8384.3%22.8%
6Woodward County, Oklahoma$4,144,0834.2%27.0%
7Major County, Oklahoma$4,136,4604.2%31.1%
8Dewey County, Oklahoma$3,920,0464.0%35.1%
9Kiowa County, Oklahoma$3,903,0363.9%39.0%
10Beckham County, Oklahoma$3,778,0703.8%42.8%
11Garfield County, Oklahoma$3,547,5593.6%46.4%
12Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$3,489,7003.5%49.9%
13Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$3,472,1133.5%53.4%
14Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$3,419,0413.4%56.9%
15Cotton County, Oklahoma$3,079,2943.1%60.0%
16Beaver County, Oklahoma$3,043,9543.1%63.1%
17Harper County, Oklahoma$2,823,1562.8%65.9%
18Canadian County, Oklahoma$2,710,4422.7%68.6%
19Tillman County, Oklahoma$2,210,8022.2%70.9%
20Comanche County, Oklahoma$2,184,6322.2%73.1%
21Greer County, Oklahoma$2,165,3872.2%75.3%
22Harmon County, Oklahoma$1,993,5032.0%77.3%
23Jefferson County, Oklahoma$1,975,1362.0%79.3%
24Grant County, Oklahoma$1,909,8871.9%81.2%
25Cimarron County, Oklahoma$1,855,8711.9%83.1%
26Jackson County, Oklahoma$1,745,2221.8%84.8%
27Ellis County, Oklahoma$1,617,4861.6%86.5%
28Texas County, Oklahoma$1,442,6441.5%87.9%
29Noble County, Oklahoma$1,282,7201.3%89.2%
30Grady County, Oklahoma$1,150,8321.2%90.4%
31Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,114,9141.1%91.5%
32Rogers County, Oklahoma$928,1910.9%92.4%
33Osage County, Oklahoma$826,5450.8%93.3%
34Haskell County, Oklahoma$806,0160.8%94.1%
35Nowata County, Oklahoma$722,7020.7%94.8%
36Pawnee County, Oklahoma$684,8560.7%95.5%
37Choctaw County, Oklahoma$521,4000.5%96.0%
38Carter County, Oklahoma$469,3850.5%96.5%
39McCurtain County, Oklahoma$398,5740.4%96.9%
40Kay County, Oklahoma$338,9120.3%97.3%
41Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$328,5800.3%97.6%
42Love County, Oklahoma$314,1080.3%97.9%
43Logan County, Oklahoma$292,5890.3%98.2%
44Garvin County, Oklahoma$265,5370.3%98.5%
45McClain County, Oklahoma$225,4320.2%98.7%
46Delaware County, Oklahoma$190,5020.2%98.9%
47Stephens County, Oklahoma$141,0280.1%99.0%
48Cherokee County, Oklahoma$112,3830.1%99.1%
49Tulsa County, Oklahoma$106,5730.1%99.2%
50Ottawa County, Oklahoma$98,7010.1%99.3%
51Payne County, Oklahoma$96,1480.1%99.4%
52Washington County, Oklahoma$90,4620.1%99.5%
53Bryan County, Oklahoma$88,0670.1%99.6%
54Craig County, Oklahoma$87,7270.1%99.7%
55Johnston County, Oklahoma$57,4630.1%99.8%
56Latimer County, Oklahoma$39,6840.0%99.8%
57Hughes County, Oklahoma$24,0050.0%99.8%
58Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$21,2480.0%99.9%
59Lincoln County, Oklahoma$20,0290.0%99.9%
60Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$15,9110.0%99.9%
61Wagoner County, Oklahoma$15,8960.0%99.9%
62Mayes County, Oklahoma$15,6430.0%99.9%
63Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$14,7030.0%99.9%
64Murray County, Oklahoma$14,2400.0%100.0%
65Marshall County, Oklahoma$11,0330.0%100.0%
66Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$9,4440.0%100.0%
67Muskogee County, Oklahoma$6,6750.0%100.0%
68Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$6,6430.0%100.0%
69Coal County, Oklahoma$4,1330.0%100.0%
70Seminole County, Oklahoma$3,5100.0%100.0%
71Atoka County, Oklahoma$3,2150.0%100.0%
72Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$1,6860.0%100.0%
73Adair County, Oklahoma$1,5310.0%100.0%
74Cleveland County, Oklahoma$7000.0%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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