Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments in Oklahoma totaled $1.8 billion from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Livestock Disaster / Emergency payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Livestock Disaster / Emergency
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Caddo County, Oklahoma$61,790,2803.5%3.5%
2Washita County, Oklahoma$49,505,0472.8%6.3%
3Kiowa County, Oklahoma$44,615,5242.5%8.8%
4Woods County, Oklahoma$43,037,3722.4%11.2%
5Osage County, Oklahoma$42,230,1162.4%13.6%
6Grady County, Oklahoma$41,531,9212.3%16.0%
7Custer County, Oklahoma$41,160,9372.3%18.3%
8Woodward County, Oklahoma$40,878,1252.3%20.6%
9Craig County, Oklahoma$40,152,8132.3%22.8%
10Beckham County, Oklahoma$37,711,3512.1%25.0%
11Jefferson County, Oklahoma$37,565,4612.1%27.1%
12Bryan County, Oklahoma$37,378,6572.1%29.2%
13Dewey County, Oklahoma$37,279,4972.1%31.3%
14Blaine County, Oklahoma$36,849,5092.1%33.4%
15Cotton County, Oklahoma$36,371,8622.1%35.4%
16Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$36,332,2622.0%37.5%
17Major County, Oklahoma$34,451,4451.9%39.4%
18Comanche County, Oklahoma$33,709,1071.9%41.3%
19Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$33,641,2421.9%43.2%
20Garvin County, Oklahoma$33,391,8271.9%45.1%
21Stephens County, Oklahoma$31,372,0021.8%46.9%
22Choctaw County, Oklahoma$30,527,3371.7%48.6%
23Beaver County, Oklahoma$30,066,6281.7%50.3%
24Garfield County, Oklahoma$28,881,5791.6%51.9%
25Tillman County, Oklahoma$28,239,7301.6%53.5%
26Harper County, Oklahoma$26,048,3151.5%55.0%
27Lincoln County, Oklahoma$25,054,7101.4%56.4%
28Ellis County, Oklahoma$24,740,8561.4%57.8%
29Greer County, Oklahoma$24,654,4811.4%59.2%
30Canadian County, Oklahoma$24,339,1481.4%60.6%
31McCurtain County, Oklahoma$23,864,5101.3%61.9%
32Jackson County, Oklahoma$23,800,9401.3%63.3%
33Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$23,539,5381.3%64.6%
34Rogers County, Oklahoma$22,330,2211.3%65.8%
35Noble County, Oklahoma$21,520,1041.2%67.1%
36Muskogee County, Oklahoma$21,407,7821.2%68.3%
37Le Flore County, Oklahoma$21,285,7881.2%69.5%
38Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$20,294,3301.1%70.6%
39Atoka County, Oklahoma$20,148,0011.1%71.7%
40Hughes County, Oklahoma$19,831,0561.1%72.9%
41Nowata County, Oklahoma$19,359,0421.1%74.0%
42Cimarron County, Oklahoma$18,838,9051.1%75.0%
43Mayes County, Oklahoma$18,743,0911.1%76.1%
44Harmon County, Oklahoma$18,647,0311.1%77.1%
45Kay County, Oklahoma$17,678,1481.0%78.1%
46Payne County, Oklahoma$17,541,1991.0%79.1%
47Johnston County, Oklahoma$17,468,5731.0%80.1%
48Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$17,153,8061.0%81.1%
49Delaware County, Oklahoma$16,646,2040.9%82.0%
50Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$16,419,6240.9%82.9%
51Grant County, Oklahoma$16,226,4970.9%83.9%
52McClain County, Oklahoma$16,003,7470.9%84.8%
53Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$15,743,4340.9%85.6%
54Logan County, Oklahoma$15,208,5450.9%86.5%
55Texas County, Oklahoma$14,563,2360.8%87.3%
56Seminole County, Oklahoma$14,104,3920.8%88.1%
57Haskell County, Oklahoma$14,075,4710.8%88.9%
58Carter County, Oklahoma$13,614,1820.8%89.7%
59Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$13,385,8020.8%90.4%
60Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$13,153,1140.7%91.2%
61Love County, Oklahoma$12,899,1120.7%91.9%
62Pawnee County, Oklahoma$12,740,5730.7%92.6%
63Ottawa County, Oklahoma$12,680,0070.7%93.3%
64Creek County, Oklahoma$11,899,9990.7%94.0%
65Adair County, Oklahoma$11,475,9540.6%94.7%
66Coal County, Oklahoma$10,792,4320.6%95.3%
67Cherokee County, Oklahoma$10,476,1330.6%95.9%
68Washington County, Oklahoma$10,353,4810.6%96.4%
69Murray County, Oklahoma$10,326,4500.6%97.0%
70McIntosh County, Oklahoma$9,813,0750.6%97.6%
71Wagoner County, Oklahoma$8,216,6190.5%98.0%
72Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$7,899,7920.4%98.5%
73Marshall County, Oklahoma$7,246,2070.4%98.9%
74Latimer County, Oklahoma$6,318,7670.4%99.3%
75Cleveland County, Oklahoma$5,456,2680.3%99.6%
76Tulsa County, Oklahoma$4,494,3550.3%99.8%
77Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$3,250,5140.2%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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