Cotton Subsidies in Caddo County, Oklahoma totaled $1.5 million in 2018

Counties in Caddo County, Oklahoma Receiving cotton subsidies, 2018

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Jackson County, Oklahoma$17,859,64334.2%34.2%
2Tillman County, Oklahoma$10,163,96019.5%53.7%
3Harmon County, Oklahoma$4,827,5779.3%63.0%
4Kiowa County, Oklahoma$3,671,1377.0%70.0%
5Greer County, Oklahoma$3,307,9336.3%76.4%
6Washita County, Oklahoma$2,588,2445.0%81.3%
7Beckham County, Oklahoma$1,526,1162.9%84.2%
8Caddo County, Oklahoma$1,469,3282.8%87.1%
9Cotton County, Oklahoma$1,319,5532.5%89.6%
10Comanche County, Oklahoma$1,196,5922.3%91.9%
11Custer County, Oklahoma$810,0561.6%93.4%
12Texas County, Oklahoma$713,7401.4%94.8%
13Kay County, Oklahoma$448,2920.9%95.7%
14Grady County, Oklahoma$367,5300.7%96.4%
15Beaver County, Oklahoma$307,3320.6%97.0%
16Grant County, Oklahoma$280,3440.5%97.5%
17Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$268,4720.5%98.0%
18Canadian County, Oklahoma$207,1510.4%98.4%
19Cimarron County, Oklahoma$140,5820.3%98.7%
20Blaine County, Oklahoma$137,1820.3%98.9%
21Major County, Oklahoma$93,5450.2%99.1%
22McCurtain County, Oklahoma$78,0080.1%99.3%
23Dewey County, Oklahoma$71,3780.1%99.4%
24Ellis County, Oklahoma$64,9140.1%99.5%
25Harper County, Oklahoma$55,7250.1%99.6%
26Noble County, Oklahoma$39,7090.1%99.7%
27Bryan County, Oklahoma$32,4110.1%99.8%
28Woodward County, Oklahoma$22,1950.0%99.8%
29Stephens County, Oklahoma$15,6010.0%99.8%
30Garvin County, Oklahoma$15,3990.0%99.9%
31Atoka County, Oklahoma$13,7350.0%99.9%
32Garfield County, Oklahoma$10,8520.0%99.9%
33Lincoln County, Oklahoma$10,4560.0%99.9%
34Haskell County, Oklahoma$9,6580.0%100.0%
35Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$9,2860.0%100.0%
36McClain County, Oklahoma$6,1400.0%100.0%
37Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$2,6230.0%100.0%
38Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,2550.0%100.0%
39Woods County, Oklahoma$1,2440.0%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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