Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) payments in Carter County, Oklahoma totaled $216,726 from 1995-2016.

Counties in Carter County, Oklahoma Receiving Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) payments, 1995-2016

Rank County Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE)
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Garfield County, Oklahoma$31,456,13511.5%11.5%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$17,238,2416.3%17.7%
3Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$16,218,1845.9%23.6%
4Grant County, Oklahoma$13,250,9284.8%28.5%
5Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$12,724,1694.6%33.1%
6Texas County, Oklahoma$12,560,0124.6%37.7%
7Blaine County, Oklahoma$12,000,7174.4%42.1%
8Washita County, Oklahoma$11,438,6654.2%46.2%
9Canadian County, Oklahoma$10,901,7654.0%50.2%
10Woods County, Oklahoma$9,507,6123.5%53.7%
11Kiowa County, Oklahoma$9,488,8273.5%57.1%
12Custer County, Oklahoma$9,334,7513.4%60.5%
13Kay County, Oklahoma$8,882,4533.2%63.8%
14Noble County, Oklahoma$8,872,2413.2%67.0%
15Major County, Oklahoma$8,673,9013.2%70.2%
16Jackson County, Oklahoma$8,495,7493.1%73.2%
17Caddo County, Oklahoma$7,947,2812.9%76.1%
18Dewey County, Oklahoma$7,285,5812.7%78.8%
19Cotton County, Oklahoma$6,733,6712.5%81.2%
20Grady County, Oklahoma$4,611,6701.7%82.9%
21Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$4,067,3791.5%84.4%
22Harper County, Oklahoma$3,874,7701.4%85.8%
23Jefferson County, Oklahoma$3,604,8331.3%87.1%
24Beaver County, Oklahoma$3,588,1251.3%88.4%
25Logan County, Oklahoma$3,507,0131.3%89.7%
26Greer County, Oklahoma$3,437,2521.3%91.0%
27Woodward County, Oklahoma$3,199,0381.2%92.1%
28Ottawa County, Oklahoma$2,678,5941.0%93.1%
29Comanche County, Oklahoma$1,714,3900.6%93.7%
30Garvin County, Oklahoma$1,703,2410.6%94.4%
31Harmon County, Oklahoma$1,628,7710.6%95.0%
32Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$1,454,7870.5%95.5%
33Wagoner County, Oklahoma$1,405,4750.5%96.0%
34Beckham County, Oklahoma$1,203,2420.4%96.4%
35Ellis County, Oklahoma$1,169,9290.4%96.9%
36McClain County, Oklahoma$1,108,0430.4%97.3%
37Craig County, Oklahoma$1,063,6750.4%97.7%
38Muskogee County, Oklahoma$744,0760.3%97.9%
39Tillman County, Oklahoma$648,6550.2%98.2%
40Payne County, Oklahoma$606,7270.2%98.4%
41Stephens County, Oklahoma$573,2970.2%98.6%
42Osage County, Oklahoma$566,2220.2%98.8%
43Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$362,2720.1%98.9%
44Mayes County, Oklahoma$306,6610.1%99.0%
45Lincoln County, Oklahoma$289,1470.1%99.1%
46Love County, Oklahoma$282,1310.1%99.2%
47Choctaw County, Oklahoma$249,2990.1%99.3%
48Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$241,4650.1%99.4%
49Carter County, Oklahoma$216,7260.1%99.5%
50Cleveland County, Oklahoma$207,8160.1%99.6%
51McCurtain County, Oklahoma$171,9610.1%99.6%
52Murray County, Oklahoma$153,1020.1%99.7%
53Seminole County, Oklahoma$139,4920.1%99.7%
54Bryan County, Oklahoma$136,9270.0%99.8%
55Pawnee County, Oklahoma$95,4110.0%99.8%
56Hughes County, Oklahoma$93,9800.0%99.9%
57Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$92,9540.0%99.9%
58Marshall County, Oklahoma$77,7040.0%99.9%
59Johnston County, Oklahoma$41,6880.0%99.9%
60Creek County, Oklahoma$40,9900.0%100.0%
61Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$24,2710.0%100.0%
62Atoka County, Oklahoma$23,0280.0%100.0%
63Delaware County, Oklahoma$16,3880.0%100.0%
64Cherokee County, Oklahoma$14,8990.0%100.0%
65Rogers County, Oklahoma$14,2480.0%100.0%
66Coal County, Oklahoma$11,9840.0%100.0%
67Tulsa County, Oklahoma$4,8760.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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