Total Dairy Program payments in Major County, Oklahoma totaled $521,694 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Major County, Oklahoma Receiving Total Dairy Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Dairy Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Mayes County, Oklahoma$3,639,77613.2%13.2%
2Adair County, Oklahoma$3,108,46611.3%24.5%
3Grady County, Oklahoma$3,084,52811.2%35.7%
4Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,314,2784.8%40.5%
5Lincoln County, Oklahoma$1,309,9514.8%45.2%
6Cherokee County, Oklahoma$1,224,3184.4%49.7%
7Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$1,048,0183.8%53.5%
8Bryan County, Oklahoma$1,026,8723.7%57.2%
9Tillman County, Oklahoma$920,0163.3%60.6%
10Comanche County, Oklahoma$692,7902.5%63.1%
11Craig County, Oklahoma$675,4392.5%65.5%
12Ottawa County, Oklahoma$644,8592.3%67.9%
13Payne County, Oklahoma$611,8722.2%70.1%
14McClain County, Oklahoma$562,1262.0%72.1%
15Major County, Oklahoma$521,6941.9%74.0%
16Muskogee County, Oklahoma$504,2841.8%75.8%
17Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$498,4581.8%77.7%
18Murray County, Oklahoma$425,2361.5%79.2%
19Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$424,5121.5%80.7%
20Harmon County, Oklahoma$400,1211.5%82.2%
21Canadian County, Oklahoma$364,1881.3%83.5%
22Rogers County, Oklahoma$346,8351.3%84.8%
23Ellis County, Oklahoma$321,7411.2%85.9%
24Garfield County, Oklahoma$312,7401.1%87.1%
25Wagoner County, Oklahoma$283,3771.0%88.1%
26Garvin County, Oklahoma$266,9171.0%89.1%
27Custer County, Oklahoma$266,8301.0%90.0%
28Cimarron County, Oklahoma$258,6340.9%91.0%
29Beckham County, Oklahoma$198,0390.7%91.7%
30Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$196,1510.7%92.4%
31Washita County, Oklahoma$179,0280.7%93.1%
32Blaine County, Oklahoma$162,0590.6%93.7%
33Harper County, Oklahoma$153,7030.6%94.2%
34Logan County, Oklahoma$148,7100.5%94.8%
35Cleveland County, Oklahoma$124,3290.5%95.2%
36Kay County, Oklahoma$110,2500.4%95.6%
37Johnston County, Oklahoma$109,9760.4%96.0%
38Seminole County, Oklahoma$103,9390.4%96.4%
39Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$99,7110.4%96.7%
40Nowata County, Oklahoma$96,0190.3%97.1%
41Beaver County, Oklahoma$95,6090.3%97.4%
42Caddo County, Oklahoma$81,3510.3%97.7%
43Coal County, Oklahoma$77,3560.3%98.0%
44McCurtain County, Oklahoma$70,4560.3%98.3%
45Dewey County, Oklahoma$58,7860.2%98.5%
46McIntosh County, Oklahoma$53,1300.2%98.7%
47Grant County, Oklahoma$51,1970.2%98.9%
48Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$42,2640.2%99.0%
49Marshall County, Oklahoma$39,1160.1%99.2%
50Osage County, Oklahoma$35,9320.1%99.3%
51Creek County, Oklahoma$31,1180.1%99.4%
52Washington County, Oklahoma$30,1270.1%99.5%
53Tulsa County, Oklahoma$22,4510.1%99.6%
54Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$21,8500.1%99.7%
55Texas County, Oklahoma$19,4420.1%99.7%
56Noble County, Oklahoma$14,4360.1%99.8%
57Kiowa County, Oklahoma$12,2040.0%99.8%
58Le Flore County, Oklahoma$11,6580.0%99.9%
59Choctaw County, Oklahoma$10,9410.0%99.9%
60Stephens County, Oklahoma$10,2240.0%100.0%
61Atoka County, Oklahoma$3,2480.0%100.0%
62Woodward County, Oklahoma$2,9830.0%100.0%
63Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$1,4220.0%100.0%
64Pawnee County, Oklahoma$9500.0%100.0%
65Jackson County, Oklahoma$8490.0%100.0%
66Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$5010.0%100.0%
67Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$2840.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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