Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity payments in Payne County, Oklahoma totaled $253,800 from 1995-2017.

Counties in Payne County, Oklahoma Receiving Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Market Loss Assistance - Non-commodity
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Grady County, Oklahoma$828,83010.5%10.5%
2Adair County, Oklahoma$785,04910.0%20.5%
3Mayes County, Oklahoma$590,3887.5%28.0%
4Delaware County, Oklahoma$454,1105.8%33.8%
5Lincoln County, Oklahoma$409,7775.2%39.0%
6Cherokee County, Oklahoma$322,7354.1%43.1%
7Comanche County, Oklahoma$264,5353.4%46.5%
8Payne County, Oklahoma$253,8003.2%49.7%
9Ottawa County, Oklahoma$229,5902.9%52.6%
10Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$220,5232.8%55.4%
11Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$201,3822.6%58.0%
12Muskogee County, Oklahoma$200,2332.5%60.5%
13McClain County, Oklahoma$195,2812.5%63.0%
14Bryan County, Oklahoma$181,0422.3%65.3%
15Rogers County, Oklahoma$163,0312.1%67.4%
16Murray County, Oklahoma$157,3742.0%69.4%
17Canadian County, Oklahoma$144,4061.8%71.2%
18Ellis County, Oklahoma$136,7871.7%73.0%
19Major County, Oklahoma$129,9411.7%74.6%
20Wagoner County, Oklahoma$121,5511.5%76.2%
21Craig County, Oklahoma$115,2531.5%77.6%
22Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$113,5601.4%79.1%
23Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$110,8971.4%80.5%
24Custer County, Oklahoma$86,1241.1%81.6%
25Washita County, Oklahoma$78,2391.0%82.6%
26Johnston County, Oklahoma$73,4170.9%83.5%
27Garfield County, Oklahoma$70,8250.9%84.4%
28Seminole County, Oklahoma$69,1280.9%85.3%
29Logan County, Oklahoma$63,6610.8%86.1%
30Kay County, Oklahoma$61,9350.8%86.9%
31Garvin County, Oklahoma$60,6690.8%87.7%
32Stephens County, Oklahoma$59,5690.8%88.4%
33Creek County, Oklahoma$56,4940.7%89.2%
34Beckham County, Oklahoma$55,5790.7%89.9%
35Blaine County, Oklahoma$50,6500.6%90.5%
36Tillman County, Oklahoma$48,8560.6%91.1%
37Nowata County, Oklahoma$47,0810.6%91.7%
38Grant County, Oklahoma$43,2010.5%92.3%
39Cleveland County, Oklahoma$43,0620.5%92.8%
40Beaver County, Oklahoma$43,0090.5%93.4%
41Harper County, Oklahoma$37,5970.5%93.8%
42Coal County, Oklahoma$37,5220.5%94.3%
43Osage County, Oklahoma$37,2290.5%94.8%
44Cimarron County, Oklahoma$35,1340.4%95.2%
45McCurtain County, Oklahoma$34,5120.4%95.7%
46Dewey County, Oklahoma$31,1320.4%96.1%
47Choctaw County, Oklahoma$31,0270.4%96.5%
48Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$31,0120.4%96.9%
49Haskell County, Oklahoma$28,3480.4%97.2%
50McIntosh County, Oklahoma$28,0140.4%97.6%
51Pawnee County, Oklahoma$23,7990.3%97.9%
52Caddo County, Oklahoma$22,7780.3%98.2%
53Kiowa County, Oklahoma$18,4140.2%98.4%
54Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$18,3220.2%98.6%
55Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$15,4850.2%98.8%
56Woodward County, Oklahoma$15,3990.2%99.0%
57Noble County, Oklahoma$14,6690.2%99.2%
58Le Flore County, Oklahoma$13,0160.2%99.4%
59Marshall County, Oklahoma$12,0330.2%99.5%
60Texas County, Oklahoma$9,6390.1%99.7%
61Washington County, Oklahoma$9,3580.1%99.8%
62Hughes County, Oklahoma$6,2090.1%99.9%
63Tulsa County, Oklahoma$3,0880.0%99.9%
64Jefferson County, Oklahoma$2,8860.0%99.9%
65Jackson County, Oklahoma$1,3090.0%100.0%
66Carter County, Oklahoma$1,2330.0%100.0%
67Latimer County, Oklahoma$9580.0%100.0%
68Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$7120.0%100.0%
69Woods County, Oklahoma$4960.0%100.0%
70Atoka County, Oklahoma$2370.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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