Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $35.4 million in 2019

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 2019

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Craig County, Oklahoma$3,998,17411.3%11.3%
2Osage County, Oklahoma$2,471,4907.0%18.3%
3Mayes County, Oklahoma$2,239,9456.3%24.6%
4Kiowa County, Oklahoma$2,106,2075.9%30.5%
5Tillman County, Oklahoma$1,742,1544.9%35.5%
6Ottawa County, Oklahoma$1,537,8384.3%39.8%
7Choctaw County, Oklahoma$1,494,3644.2%44.0%
8Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,406,1984.0%48.0%
9McCurtain County, Oklahoma$1,367,9083.9%51.9%
10Ellis County, Oklahoma$1,306,9163.7%55.5%
11Woods County, Oklahoma$996,7112.8%58.4%
12Nowata County, Oklahoma$996,1852.8%61.2%
13Washita County, Oklahoma$932,8592.6%63.8%
14Rogers County, Oklahoma$928,6352.6%66.4%
15Cotton County, Oklahoma$860,0512.4%68.9%
16Jackson County, Oklahoma$721,5432.0%70.9%
17Comanche County, Oklahoma$721,3712.0%72.9%
18Canadian County, Oklahoma$714,5332.0%75.0%
19Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$677,7741.9%76.9%
20Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$643,4641.8%78.7%
21Woodward County, Oklahoma$563,4011.6%80.3%
22Beaver County, Oklahoma$508,0751.4%81.7%
23Garfield County, Oklahoma$497,3651.4%83.1%
24Caddo County, Oklahoma$471,6451.3%84.4%
25Carter County, Oklahoma$455,7881.3%85.7%
26Harper County, Oklahoma$445,8211.3%87.0%
27Love County, Oklahoma$404,3831.1%88.1%
28Blaine County, Oklahoma$376,4241.1%89.2%
29Major County, Oklahoma$357,9811.0%90.2%
30Jefferson County, Oklahoma$346,7301.0%91.2%
31Texas County, Oklahoma$302,0540.9%92.0%
32Grant County, Oklahoma$269,0760.8%92.8%
33Noble County, Oklahoma$257,4470.7%93.5%
34Dewey County, Oklahoma$232,6900.7%94.2%
35Le Flore County, Oklahoma$203,5350.6%94.8%
36Logan County, Oklahoma$200,5970.6%95.3%
37Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$173,6530.5%95.8%
38Washington County, Oklahoma$159,1330.4%96.3%
39Pawnee County, Oklahoma$159,0460.4%96.7%
40Greer County, Oklahoma$157,2560.4%97.2%
41Cimarron County, Oklahoma$126,3730.4%97.5%
42Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$123,3420.3%97.9%
43Haskell County, Oklahoma$109,8770.3%98.2%
44Kay County, Oklahoma$107,8520.3%98.5%
45Custer County, Oklahoma$80,0510.2%98.7%
46Payne County, Oklahoma$79,5650.2%98.9%
47Tulsa County, Oklahoma$56,1180.2%99.1%
48Beckham County, Oklahoma$55,8130.2%99.2%
49Stephens County, Oklahoma$53,5090.2%99.4%
50Lincoln County, Oklahoma$43,5180.1%99.5%
51Harmon County, Oklahoma$41,0670.1%99.6%
52Grady County, Oklahoma$38,9400.1%99.7%
53Garvin County, Oklahoma$16,5130.0%99.8%
54McClain County, Oklahoma$14,8560.0%99.8%
55Muskogee County, Oklahoma$14,0140.0%99.9%
56Cherokee County, Oklahoma$13,5520.0%99.9%
57Bryan County, Oklahoma$10,1290.0%99.9%
58Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$7,3910.0%100.0%
59Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$5,0860.0%100.0%
60Wagoner County, Oklahoma$3,4440.0%100.0%
61Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$2,3820.0%100.0%
62Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,5090.0%100.0%
63Cleveland County, Oklahoma$9210.0%100.0%
64Marshall County, Oklahoma$6530.0%100.0%
65Atoka County, Oklahoma$5460.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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