Sorghum Subsidies in Nowata County, Oklahoma totaled $1.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Nowata County, Oklahoma Receiving sorghum subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Sorghum Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$64,962,08124.6%24.6%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$54,691,80820.7%45.3%
3Beaver County, Oklahoma$25,306,3519.6%54.9%
4Grant County, Oklahoma$13,424,6875.1%60.0%
5Kay County, Oklahoma$10,647,5644.0%64.0%
6Garfield County, Oklahoma$9,935,8803.8%67.8%
7Ottawa County, Oklahoma$6,106,4032.3%70.1%
8Craig County, Oklahoma$6,022,2982.3%72.4%
9Caddo County, Oklahoma$5,661,0002.1%74.5%
10Tillman County, Oklahoma$3,730,5601.4%76.0%
11Noble County, Oklahoma$3,396,5111.3%77.3%
12Washita County, Oklahoma$3,001,4231.1%78.4%
13Ellis County, Oklahoma$2,878,8371.1%79.5%
14Custer County, Oklahoma$2,812,2971.1%80.5%
15Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$2,566,9831.0%81.5%
16Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$2,478,2560.9%82.5%
17Kiowa County, Oklahoma$2,266,3610.9%83.3%
18Jackson County, Oklahoma$2,253,6700.9%84.2%
19Blaine County, Oklahoma$2,082,2840.8%85.0%
20Muskogee County, Oklahoma$1,859,5060.7%85.7%
21Grady County, Oklahoma$1,768,7340.7%86.3%
22Harmon County, Oklahoma$1,755,4980.7%87.0%
23Osage County, Oklahoma$1,674,6360.6%87.6%
24Harper County, Oklahoma$1,569,4230.6%88.2%
25Woodward County, Oklahoma$1,546,3940.6%88.8%
26Beckham County, Oklahoma$1,388,7380.5%89.3%
27Mayes County, Oklahoma$1,286,6750.5%89.8%
28Bryan County, Oklahoma$1,225,2450.5%90.3%
29Nowata County, Oklahoma$1,220,2730.5%90.8%
30McCurtain County, Oklahoma$1,217,8880.5%91.2%
31Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,177,5260.4%91.7%
32Major County, Oklahoma$1,080,9830.4%92.1%
33Dewey County, Oklahoma$1,049,0440.4%92.5%
34Garvin County, Oklahoma$1,031,1240.4%92.9%
35Washington County, Oklahoma$1,001,4860.4%93.2%
36Canadian County, Oklahoma$1,000,5340.4%93.6%
37Logan County, Oklahoma$942,5200.4%94.0%
38Stephens County, Oklahoma$919,4170.3%94.3%
39Wagoner County, Oklahoma$912,7100.3%94.7%
40Cotton County, Oklahoma$847,7850.3%95.0%
41McClain County, Oklahoma$841,5560.3%95.3%
42Pawnee County, Oklahoma$802,3590.3%95.6%
43Greer County, Oklahoma$717,4370.3%95.9%
44Woods County, Oklahoma$703,5390.3%96.1%
45Payne County, Oklahoma$697,8090.3%96.4%
46Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$690,8900.3%96.7%
47Rogers County, Oklahoma$682,9250.3%96.9%
48Comanche County, Oklahoma$618,0820.2%97.2%
49Choctaw County, Oklahoma$607,9230.2%97.4%
50Hughes County, Oklahoma$606,3780.2%97.6%
51Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$606,1890.2%97.9%
52Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$540,1160.2%98.1%
53Lincoln County, Oklahoma$463,2540.2%98.2%
54Marshall County, Oklahoma$399,8380.2%98.4%
55Love County, Oklahoma$379,0310.1%98.5%
56Le Flore County, Oklahoma$368,0480.1%98.7%
57Seminole County, Oklahoma$332,8430.1%98.8%
58Jefferson County, Oklahoma$328,9610.1%98.9%
59Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$309,4340.1%99.0%
60McIntosh County, Oklahoma$303,9480.1%99.2%
61Murray County, Oklahoma$245,9890.1%99.2%
62Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$227,6530.1%99.3%
63Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$223,0210.1%99.4%
64Tulsa County, Oklahoma$200,7960.1%99.5%
65Creek County, Oklahoma$187,4020.1%99.6%
66Johnston County, Oklahoma$172,2500.1%99.6%
67Cleveland County, Oklahoma$156,8170.1%99.7%
68Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$133,9870.1%99.7%
69Atoka County, Oklahoma$113,4200.0%99.8%
70Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$104,1260.0%99.8%
71Coal County, Oklahoma$98,5350.0%99.9%
72Haskell County, Oklahoma$97,2370.0%99.9%
73Carter County, Oklahoma$81,0010.0%99.9%
74Latimer County, Oklahoma$75,3860.0%100.0%
75Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$68,3540.0%100.0%
76Cherokee County, Oklahoma$32,3560.0%100.0%
77Adair County, Oklahoma$8,4270.0%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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