Cotton Subsidies in Caddo County, Oklahoma totaled $29.5 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Caddo County, Oklahoma Receiving cotton subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Jackson County, Oklahoma$184,277,68925.4%25.4%
2Tillman County, Oklahoma$164,190,47222.6%48.1%
3Harmon County, Oklahoma$83,754,37611.5%59.6%
4Washita County, Oklahoma$58,271,9358.0%67.6%
5Kiowa County, Oklahoma$51,815,9217.1%74.8%
6Greer County, Oklahoma$30,677,7594.2%79.0%
7Caddo County, Oklahoma$29,468,4014.1%83.1%
8Beckham County, Oklahoma$27,361,1903.8%86.8%
9Cotton County, Oklahoma$16,803,9112.3%89.2%
10Custer County, Oklahoma$15,677,0622.2%91.3%
11Comanche County, Oklahoma$10,206,3341.4%92.7%
12Grady County, Oklahoma$9,408,2751.3%94.0%
13Kay County, Oklahoma$6,865,2610.9%95.0%
14McClain County, Oklahoma$6,157,3440.8%95.8%
15Canadian County, Oklahoma$5,876,1580.8%96.6%
16Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$4,455,5460.6%97.3%
17Texas County, Oklahoma$2,889,6910.4%97.7%
18Garvin County, Oklahoma$2,851,8390.4%98.0%
19Stephens County, Oklahoma$2,812,7400.4%98.4%
20Grant County, Oklahoma$2,413,5120.3%98.8%
21Blaine County, Oklahoma$1,900,7950.3%99.0%
22Dewey County, Oklahoma$963,1800.1%99.2%
23Beaver County, Oklahoma$901,0350.1%99.3%
24Jefferson County, Oklahoma$765,2920.1%99.4%
25Cimarron County, Oklahoma$596,7950.1%99.5%
26Noble County, Oklahoma$442,2090.1%99.5%
27Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$410,5260.1%99.6%
28McCurtain County, Oklahoma$316,3060.0%99.6%
29Woods County, Oklahoma$295,2680.0%99.7%
30Ellis County, Oklahoma$247,2050.0%99.7%
31Bryan County, Oklahoma$244,3100.0%99.7%
32Major County, Oklahoma$228,6190.0%99.8%
33Cleveland County, Oklahoma$184,1190.0%99.8%
34Love County, Oklahoma$176,0940.0%99.8%
35Garfield County, Oklahoma$146,7960.0%99.8%
36Coal County, Oklahoma$126,4420.0%99.9%
37Logan County, Oklahoma$120,9910.0%99.9%
38Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$120,3700.0%99.9%
39Lincoln County, Oklahoma$112,1600.0%99.9%
40Atoka County, Oklahoma$101,2700.0%99.9%
41Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$94,8820.0%99.9%
42Harper County, Oklahoma$85,0260.0%99.9%
43Marshall County, Oklahoma$78,3520.0%100.0%
44Johnston County, Oklahoma$44,3120.0%100.0%
45Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$40,7610.0%100.0%
46Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$31,1380.0%100.0%
47Woodward County, Oklahoma$27,9770.0%100.0%
48Payne County, Oklahoma$26,4860.0%100.0%
49Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$25,4520.0%100.0%
50Wagoner County, Oklahoma$22,6810.0%100.0%
51Le Flore County, Oklahoma$17,4200.0%100.0%
52Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$14,8310.0%100.0%
53Haskell County, Oklahoma$9,6580.0%100.0%
54McIntosh County, Oklahoma$8,8860.0%100.0%
55Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$8,7710.0%100.0%
56Craig County, Oklahoma$8,5500.0%100.0%
57Seminole County, Oklahoma$5,8210.0%100.0%
58Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$4,7500.0%100.0%
59Hughes County, Oklahoma$4,7290.0%100.0%
60Creek County, Oklahoma$1,3920.0%100.0%
61Murray County, Oklahoma$1190.0%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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