Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Jackson County, Oklahoma totaled $49,492 in 2018

Counties in Jackson County, Oklahoma Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2018

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Grant County, Oklahoma$3,989,62915.6%15.6%
2Kay County, Oklahoma$3,651,13314.3%29.9%
3Garfield County, Oklahoma$2,721,92810.6%40.5%
4Cimarron County, Oklahoma$2,295,5529.0%49.5%
5Wagoner County, Oklahoma$1,373,7485.4%54.8%
6Beaver County, Oklahoma$1,361,9645.3%60.2%
7Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$1,338,3575.2%65.4%
8Texas County, Oklahoma$1,210,9064.7%70.1%
9Noble County, Oklahoma$888,3373.5%73.6%
10Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$480,4971.9%75.5%
11Ottawa County, Oklahoma$392,5441.5%77.0%
12Osage County, Oklahoma$386,2991.5%78.5%
13Muskogee County, Oklahoma$327,0941.3%79.8%
14Major County, Oklahoma$324,5681.3%81.1%
15Mayes County, Oklahoma$319,2701.2%82.3%
16Woods County, Oklahoma$311,8621.2%83.5%
17Canadian County, Oklahoma$281,5881.1%84.6%
18Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$261,5621.0%85.7%
19Tillman County, Oklahoma$222,2400.9%86.5%
20Payne County, Oklahoma$220,8490.9%87.4%
21Grady County, Oklahoma$219,6810.9%88.2%
22Cotton County, Oklahoma$217,4610.8%89.1%
23Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$213,9540.8%89.9%
24Caddo County, Oklahoma$184,3330.7%90.7%
25Kiowa County, Oklahoma$183,8080.7%91.4%
26Bryan County, Oklahoma$170,8720.7%92.0%
27Blaine County, Oklahoma$164,4780.6%92.7%
28Garvin County, Oklahoma$158,1260.6%93.3%
29Beckham County, Oklahoma$151,1970.6%93.9%
30Le Flore County, Oklahoma$132,4180.5%94.4%
31McClain County, Oklahoma$131,3930.5%94.9%
32Harper County, Oklahoma$114,6300.4%95.4%
33Logan County, Oklahoma$114,3780.4%95.8%
34Washita County, Oklahoma$100,9440.4%96.2%
35Custer County, Oklahoma$82,9430.3%96.5%
36Dewey County, Oklahoma$76,9970.3%96.8%
37Pawnee County, Oklahoma$74,4860.3%97.1%
38Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$73,2860.3%97.4%
39Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$71,1000.3%97.7%
40Lincoln County, Oklahoma$68,5830.3%98.0%
41Choctaw County, Oklahoma$67,6960.3%98.2%
42Comanche County, Oklahoma$58,7440.2%98.5%
43Jackson County, Oklahoma$49,4920.2%98.6%
44Adair County, Oklahoma$40,3480.2%98.8%
45Delaware County, Oklahoma$40,3460.2%99.0%
46Tulsa County, Oklahoma$31,3570.1%99.1%
47McCurtain County, Oklahoma$26,6000.1%99.2%
48Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$23,7230.1%99.3%
49Cherokee County, Oklahoma$21,1720.1%99.4%
50Cleveland County, Oklahoma$20,7220.1%99.4%
51Woodward County, Oklahoma$18,9340.1%99.5%
52Seminole County, Oklahoma$18,0400.1%99.6%
53Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$17,0720.1%99.7%
54Craig County, Oklahoma$13,6240.1%99.7%
55Greer County, Oklahoma$11,5740.0%99.8%
56Murray County, Oklahoma$11,3980.0%99.8%
57Hughes County, Oklahoma$10,3620.0%99.8%
58Coal County, Oklahoma$10,1860.0%99.9%
59Atoka County, Oklahoma$8,8600.0%99.9%
60Marshall County, Oklahoma$8,5700.0%99.9%
61Stephens County, Oklahoma$8,1450.0%100.0%
62McIntosh County, Oklahoma$2,4090.0%100.0%
63Haskell County, Oklahoma$1,2360.0%100.0%
64Carter County, Oklahoma$1,1780.0%100.0%
65Love County, Oklahoma$7460.0%100.0%
66Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$1900.0%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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