Corn Subsidies in Beaver County, Oklahoma totaled $667,113 in 2018

Counties in Beaver County, Oklahoma Receiving corn subsidies, 2018

Rank County Corn Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$7,927,23546.9%46.9%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$2,419,11814.3%61.3%
3Garfield County, Oklahoma$747,4814.4%65.7%
4Beaver County, Oklahoma$667,1134.0%69.6%
5McCurtain County, Oklahoma$601,0553.6%73.2%
6Kay County, Oklahoma$480,1072.8%76.0%
7Ottawa County, Oklahoma$331,7162.0%78.0%
8Garvin County, Oklahoma$327,8681.9%80.0%
9Noble County, Oklahoma$297,8611.8%81.7%
10Bryan County, Oklahoma$260,3541.5%83.3%
11Tillman County, Oklahoma$249,1611.5%84.7%
12McClain County, Oklahoma$220,1661.3%86.0%
13Grant County, Oklahoma$216,5421.3%87.3%
14Muskogee County, Oklahoma$213,0421.3%88.6%
15Kiowa County, Oklahoma$181,1851.1%89.7%
16Grady County, Oklahoma$161,6031.0%90.6%
17Wagoner County, Oklahoma$159,1440.9%91.6%
18Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$135,9910.8%92.4%
19Major County, Oklahoma$111,9690.7%93.0%
20Caddo County, Oklahoma$108,4220.6%93.7%
21Choctaw County, Oklahoma$106,9590.6%94.3%
22Craig County, Oklahoma$104,3610.6%94.9%
23Ellis County, Oklahoma$99,2580.6%95.5%
24Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$90,4470.5%96.0%
25Osage County, Oklahoma$87,2610.5%96.6%
26Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$68,9860.4%97.0%
27Harper County, Oklahoma$47,1480.3%97.2%
28Nowata County, Oklahoma$45,8970.3%97.5%
29Comanche County, Oklahoma$40,3610.2%97.8%
30Logan County, Oklahoma$35,1530.2%98.0%
31Le Flore County, Oklahoma$31,7240.2%98.1%
32Mayes County, Oklahoma$26,1050.2%98.3%
33Custer County, Oklahoma$23,0530.1%98.4%
34Cotton County, Oklahoma$22,1110.1%98.6%
35Beckham County, Oklahoma$20,9010.1%98.7%
36Washita County, Oklahoma$17,0670.1%98.8%
37Marshall County, Oklahoma$16,5060.1%98.9%
38Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$15,2750.1%99.0%
39Harmon County, Oklahoma$14,3280.1%99.1%
40Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$14,1340.1%99.2%
41Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$13,7630.1%99.2%
42Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$10,8430.1%99.3%
43Canadian County, Oklahoma$9,7030.1%99.4%
44McIntosh County, Oklahoma$9,5930.1%99.4%
45Johnston County, Oklahoma$9,3090.1%99.5%
46Love County, Oklahoma$8,6910.1%99.5%
47Cleveland County, Oklahoma$8,4500.1%99.6%
48Rogers County, Oklahoma$8,0700.0%99.6%
49Lincoln County, Oklahoma$6,8030.0%99.7%
50Haskell County, Oklahoma$6,2480.0%99.7%
51Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$5,8290.0%99.7%
52Woodward County, Oklahoma$5,0020.0%99.8%
53Carter County, Oklahoma$4,8770.0%99.8%
54Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$4,2410.0%99.8%
55Murray County, Oklahoma$3,8310.0%99.8%
56Pawnee County, Oklahoma$3,6790.0%99.9%
57Payne County, Oklahoma$3,5600.0%99.9%
58Atoka County, Oklahoma$3,1330.0%99.9%
59Greer County, Oklahoma$3,0830.0%99.9%
60Blaine County, Oklahoma$2,7210.0%99.9%
61Jackson County, Oklahoma$2,7090.0%99.9%
62Seminole County, Oklahoma$1,9940.0%100.0%
63Hughes County, Oklahoma$1,5150.0%100.0%
64Stephens County, Oklahoma$1,4330.0%100.0%
65Tulsa County, Oklahoma$1,3340.0%100.0%
66Creek County, Oklahoma$9020.0%100.0%
67Latimer County, Oklahoma$8100.0%100.0%
68Woods County, Oklahoma$5100.0%100.0%
69Dewey County, Oklahoma$2120.0%100.0%
70Coal County, Oklahoma$2080.0%100.0%
71Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$1590.0%100.0%
72Delaware County, Oklahoma$550.0%100.0%
73Jefferson County, Oklahoma$450.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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