Livestock Subsidies in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma totaled $126,792 in 2017

Counties in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma Receiving livestock subsidies, 2017

Rank County Livestock Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cimarron County, Oklahoma$1,338,50910.1%10.1%
2Bryan County, Oklahoma$976,0717.4%17.5%
3Garvin County, Oklahoma$769,6465.8%23.3%
4Muskogee County, Oklahoma$609,4454.6%27.9%
5Atoka County, Oklahoma$603,8384.6%32.5%
6Haskell County, Oklahoma$537,6094.1%36.6%
7Major County, Oklahoma$519,0333.9%40.5%
8Le Flore County, Oklahoma$495,2513.7%44.2%
9Johnston County, Oklahoma$494,0493.7%48.0%
10Dewey County, Oklahoma$409,5433.1%51.1%
11Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$379,2652.9%53.9%
12Coal County, Oklahoma$375,3682.8%56.8%
13Logan County, Oklahoma$322,6422.4%59.2%
14Beaver County, Oklahoma$310,5352.3%61.5%
15Harper County, Oklahoma$300,0482.3%63.8%
16Canadian County, Oklahoma$295,4102.2%66.0%
17Texas County, Oklahoma$288,4122.2%68.2%
18Woods County, Oklahoma$284,0372.1%70.4%
19Garfield County, Oklahoma$282,8832.1%72.5%
20Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$278,1562.1%74.6%
21Woodward County, Oklahoma$275,2592.1%76.7%
22Wagoner County, Oklahoma$274,9522.1%78.8%
23Grady County, Oklahoma$270,9442.0%80.8%
24Cherokee County, Oklahoma$263,7682.0%82.8%
25Choctaw County, Oklahoma$257,4451.9%84.8%
26Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$239,2801.8%86.6%
27Seminole County, Oklahoma$224,2971.7%88.3%
28Murray County, Oklahoma$214,9591.6%89.9%
29McCurtain County, Oklahoma$172,7831.3%91.2%
30Noble County, Oklahoma$169,8781.3%92.5%
31Ellis County, Oklahoma$154,4811.2%93.7%
32Kay County, Oklahoma$140,6101.1%94.7%
33Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$126,7921.0%95.7%
34Rogers County, Oklahoma$81,4140.6%96.3%
35Payne County, Oklahoma$70,8080.5%96.8%
36Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$55,0370.4%97.2%
37Blaine County, Oklahoma$49,0420.4%97.6%
38Hughes County, Oklahoma$45,7980.3%98.0%
39Lincoln County, Oklahoma$44,8990.3%98.3%
40Mayes County, Oklahoma$42,0560.3%98.6%
41Osage County, Oklahoma$37,9480.3%98.9%
42McClain County, Oklahoma$30,8620.2%99.1%
43Beckham County, Oklahoma$30,3520.2%99.4%
44Pawnee County, Oklahoma$26,6740.2%99.6%
45Adair County, Oklahoma$25,6500.2%99.8%
46Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$20,4310.2%99.9%
47Tulsa County, Oklahoma$12,1970.1%100.0%
48Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$11,5380.1%100.1%
49Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$10,5600.1%100.2%
50Cleveland County, Oklahoma$8,8490.1%100.2%
51Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$7,9910.1%100.3%
52Love County, Oklahoma$7,2060.1%100.4%
53Creek County, Oklahoma$6,4300.0%100.4%
54Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$4,5660.0%100.4%
55Grant County, Oklahoma$4,4530.0%100.5%
56Kiowa County, Oklahoma$4,3070.0%100.5%
57Carter County, Oklahoma$3,3260.0%100.5%
58Cotton County, Oklahoma$3,2740.0%100.6%
59McIntosh County, Oklahoma$2,9100.0%100.6%
60Ottawa County, Oklahoma$2,8900.0%100.6%
61Custer County, Oklahoma$2,6530.0%100.6%
62Craig County, Oklahoma$1,7870.0%100.6%
63Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,3380.0%100.6%
64Greer County, Oklahoma$1,1670.0%100.7%
65Latimer County, Oklahoma$1,0910.0%100.7%
66Washita County, Oklahoma$230.0%100.7%
67Comanche County, Oklahoma$-1,804-0.0%100.6%
68Washington County, Oklahoma$-3,937-0.0%100.6%
69Marshall County, Oklahoma$-6,670-0.1%100.6%
70Nowata County, Oklahoma$-12,339-0.1%100.5%
71Stephens County, Oklahoma$-18,143-0.1%100.3%
72Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$-44,728-0.3%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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