Dairy Program Subsidies in Adair County, Oklahoma totaled $3.9 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Adair County, Oklahoma Receiving dairy program subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Dairy Program Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Mayes County, Oklahoma$4,199,51611.9%11.9%
2Grady County, Oklahoma$3,932,41811.1%23.0%
3Adair County, Oklahoma$3,871,47611.0%34.0%
4Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,767,8145.0%39.0%
5Lincoln County, Oklahoma$1,734,0514.9%43.9%
6Cherokee County, Oklahoma$1,546,5574.4%48.3%
7Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$1,296,9673.7%51.9%
8Bryan County, Oklahoma$1,216,4903.4%55.4%
9Tillman County, Oklahoma$1,028,5032.9%58.3%
10Comanche County, Oklahoma$957,3252.7%61.0%
11Payne County, Oklahoma$875,7842.5%63.5%
12Ottawa County, Oklahoma$871,2202.5%66.0%
13Craig County, Oklahoma$788,4192.2%68.2%
14McClain County, Oklahoma$777,9962.2%70.4%
15Muskogee County, Oklahoma$731,3752.1%72.5%
16Major County, Oklahoma$657,2551.9%74.3%
17Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$623,7101.8%76.1%
18Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$598,5141.7%77.8%
19Murray County, Oklahoma$590,6301.7%79.4%
20Rogers County, Oklahoma$506,9041.4%80.9%
21Canadian County, Oklahoma$499,4121.4%82.3%
22Ellis County, Oklahoma$459,1951.3%83.6%
23Wagoner County, Oklahoma$404,1121.1%84.7%
24Garfield County, Oklahoma$371,7191.1%85.8%
25Harmon County, Oklahoma$370,9151.0%86.8%
26Custer County, Oklahoma$347,8231.0%87.8%
27Garvin County, Oklahoma$325,1690.9%88.7%
28Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$303,0520.9%89.6%
29Washita County, Oklahoma$256,1380.7%90.3%
30Cimarron County, Oklahoma$252,7640.7%91.0%
31Beckham County, Oklahoma$252,2780.7%91.8%
32Blaine County, Oklahoma$214,2300.6%92.4%
33Harper County, Oklahoma$194,8180.6%92.9%
34Logan County, Oklahoma$190,7110.5%93.5%
35Johnston County, Oklahoma$182,3020.5%94.0%
36Seminole County, Oklahoma$173,0670.5%94.5%
37Cleveland County, Oklahoma$166,8000.5%94.9%
38Kay County, Oklahoma$150,4430.4%95.4%
39Nowata County, Oklahoma$143,1000.4%95.8%
40Beaver County, Oklahoma$138,4080.4%96.2%
41Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$127,9990.4%96.5%
42Coal County, Oklahoma$114,8770.3%96.8%
43McCurtain County, Oklahoma$104,9680.3%97.1%
44Caddo County, Oklahoma$101,6920.3%97.4%
45Grant County, Oklahoma$90,0110.3%97.7%
46Dewey County, Oklahoma$89,9180.3%97.9%
47Creek County, Oklahoma$87,6120.2%98.2%
48McIntosh County, Oklahoma$81,1440.2%98.4%
49Osage County, Oklahoma$71,8980.2%98.6%
50Stephens County, Oklahoma$69,4070.2%98.8%
51Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$57,0440.2%99.0%
52Marshall County, Oklahoma$54,2480.2%99.1%
53Choctaw County, Oklahoma$40,5960.1%99.2%
54Washington County, Oklahoma$39,4530.1%99.4%
55Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$38,7550.1%99.5%
56Texas County, Oklahoma$29,0030.1%99.6%
57Haskell County, Oklahoma$27,9920.1%99.6%
58Noble County, Oklahoma$25,8380.1%99.7%
59Tulsa County, Oklahoma$25,4350.1%99.8%
60Le Flore County, Oklahoma$24,6740.1%99.8%
61Pawnee County, Oklahoma$19,3660.1%99.9%
62Kiowa County, Oklahoma$17,7880.1%100.0%
63Hughes County, Oklahoma$6,1340.0%100.0%
64Woodward County, Oklahoma$4,3480.0%100.0%
65Atoka County, Oklahoma$3,2480.0%100.0%
66Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$1,4220.0%100.0%
67Jackson County, Oklahoma$8490.0%100.0%
68Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$5010.0%100.0%
69Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$2840.0%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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