Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $1.7 billion from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$61,299,5923.5%3.5%
2Washita County, Oklahoma$48,546,2952.8%6.3%
3Woods County, Oklahoma$42,040,6612.4%8.8%
4Kiowa County, Oklahoma$41,890,5482.4%11.2%
5Grady County, Oklahoma$41,481,3612.4%13.6%
6Custer County, Oklahoma$41,080,8862.4%15.9%
7Woodward County, Oklahoma$40,314,7242.3%18.3%
8Osage County, Oklahoma$39,758,6262.3%20.6%
9Beckham County, Oklahoma$37,655,5382.2%22.7%
10Bryan County, Oklahoma$37,368,5282.2%24.9%
11Jefferson County, Oklahoma$37,217,7122.1%27.0%
12Dewey County, Oklahoma$37,046,8072.1%29.2%
13Blaine County, Oklahoma$36,468,7362.1%31.3%
14Craig County, Oklahoma$36,154,6392.1%33.4%
15Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$35,688,7982.1%35.4%
16Cotton County, Oklahoma$34,715,2062.0%37.4%
17Major County, Oklahoma$34,093,4642.0%39.4%
18Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$33,467,5891.9%41.3%
19Garvin County, Oklahoma$33,375,3141.9%43.3%
20Comanche County, Oklahoma$32,140,6151.9%45.1%
21Stephens County, Oklahoma$31,307,4451.8%46.9%
22Beaver County, Oklahoma$29,558,5531.7%48.6%
23Choctaw County, Oklahoma$29,028,0211.7%50.3%
24Garfield County, Oklahoma$28,381,8821.6%52.0%
25Tillman County, Oklahoma$26,174,9481.5%53.5%
26Harper County, Oklahoma$25,602,4941.5%54.9%
27Lincoln County, Oklahoma$25,007,8831.4%56.4%
28Greer County, Oklahoma$24,473,1901.4%57.8%
29Canadian County, Oklahoma$23,624,6151.4%59.2%
30Ellis County, Oklahoma$23,433,9401.4%60.5%
31Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$23,416,1961.4%61.9%
32McCurtain County, Oklahoma$22,496,6011.3%63.2%
33Jackson County, Oklahoma$22,241,4061.3%64.4%
34Muskogee County, Oklahoma$21,372,7191.2%65.7%
35Noble County, Oklahoma$21,253,2791.2%66.9%
36Le Flore County, Oklahoma$21,080,2761.2%68.1%
37Rogers County, Oklahoma$20,828,4961.2%69.3%
38Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$20,294,3301.2%70.5%
39Atoka County, Oklahoma$20,147,4551.2%71.7%
40Hughes County, Oklahoma$19,831,0561.1%72.8%
41Cimarron County, Oklahoma$18,712,5321.1%73.9%
42Harmon County, Oklahoma$18,605,9641.1%75.0%
43Nowata County, Oklahoma$18,362,8571.1%76.0%
44Kay County, Oklahoma$17,565,1441.0%77.0%
45Johnston County, Oklahoma$17,468,5731.0%78.0%
46Payne County, Oklahoma$17,461,6341.0%79.0%
47Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$17,153,8061.0%80.0%
48Mayes County, Oklahoma$16,450,4850.9%81.0%
49Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$16,419,6240.9%81.9%
50McClain County, Oklahoma$15,988,8910.9%82.9%
51Grant County, Oklahoma$15,957,4210.9%83.8%
52Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$15,738,3480.9%84.7%
53Delaware County, Oklahoma$15,240,0060.9%85.6%
54Logan County, Oklahoma$15,000,0220.9%86.4%
55Texas County, Oklahoma$14,261,1820.8%87.3%
56Seminole County, Oklahoma$14,104,3920.8%88.1%
57Haskell County, Oklahoma$13,965,5940.8%88.9%
58Carter County, Oklahoma$13,152,2970.8%89.6%
59Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$13,151,6050.8%90.4%
60Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$12,702,1940.7%91.1%
61Pawnee County, Oklahoma$12,578,9110.7%91.9%
62Love County, Oklahoma$12,494,7290.7%92.6%
63Creek County, Oklahoma$11,899,9990.7%93.3%
64Adair County, Oklahoma$11,475,9540.7%93.9%
65Ottawa County, Oklahoma$11,142,1690.6%94.6%
66Coal County, Oklahoma$10,792,4320.6%95.2%
67Cherokee County, Oklahoma$10,462,5810.6%95.8%
68Murray County, Oklahoma$10,326,4500.6%96.4%
69Washington County, Oklahoma$10,192,8930.6%97.0%
70McIntosh County, Oklahoma$9,813,0750.6%97.5%
71Wagoner County, Oklahoma$8,107,9660.5%98.0%
72Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$7,892,4010.5%98.5%
73Marshall County, Oklahoma$7,245,5540.4%98.9%
74Latimer County, Oklahoma$6,318,7670.4%99.3%
75Cleveland County, Oklahoma$5,455,3470.3%99.6%
76Tulsa County, Oklahoma$4,284,3290.2%99.8%
77Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$3,248,1320.2%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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