EQIP in Kansas


Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) in Kansas

The state-level EQIP data only includes practices that had more than four contracts in a state for a particular year. Because of this, the data contained within the state pages will not sum up to the total payments by practice on the national page.

EQIP payments by fiscal year in Kansas

EQIP payments by county, 2017-2022

Practices on EQIP acres, 2017-2022, Kansas

2Cover Crop $14,129,672
3Conservation Crop Rotation $14,044,296
4Underground Outlet$11,933,577
5Grassed Waterway $6,099,917
6Brush Management $5,921,611
7Prescribed Grazing $5,570,649
8Watering Facility$4,755,445
9Water Well$4,556,577
11Pumping Plant $3,693,888
12Obstruction Removal$3,363,836
13Livestock Pipeline$3,203,107
14Waste Storage Facility $2,890,731
15Residue & Tillage Management-No Till/Strip Till (Ac.) $2,818,642
16Land Smoothing$2,606,333
18Irrigation System- Microirrigation $2,333,783
19Herbaceous Weed Treatment $2,236,248
20Grade Stabilization Structure$1,971,557
21High Tunnel System$1,553,209
22Woody Residue Treatment $1,473,984
23Critical Area Planting $1,101,379
24Sprinkler System $1,098,871
25Forest Stand Improvement $1,078,794
26Range Planting $1,050,560
27Nutrient Management $939,974
28Waste Transfer$891,679
30Water and Sediment Control Basin$698,720
31Waste Facility Closure$600,610
32Prescribed Burning $588,074
33Forage and Biomass Planting $457,732
34Solid/Liquid Waste Separation Facility $438,436
35Irrigation Pipeline $364,564
36Pest Management Conservation System$350,770
37Windbreak/Shelterbelt Renovation$255,613
38Wetland Creation$242,785
39Pond Sealing or Lining- Compacted Soil Treatment$241,841
40Emergency Animal Mortality Management$219,054
41Dike or Levee$154,458
42Subsurface Drain$153,419
43Mulching $112,320
44Irrigation Water Management $100,808
45Pond Sealing or Lining- Compacted Clay Treatment$95,462
46Conservation Cover $91,873
47Seasonal High Tunnel for Crops$82,816
48Structure for Water Control$71,934
49Tree & Shrub Establishment $58,796
50Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment $43,874
51Nutrient Management Plan - Written$39,089
52Tree/Shrub Site Preparation$23,506
53Access Road$18,711
54Res. & Tillage Mgt- Mulch-till $17,922
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 Total Payments, 2017-2022140,208,541

NRCS 2024 climate smart practice.
NRCS 2024 provisional climate smart practice.

NCRS climate smart practices on EQIP acres, 2017-2022, Kansas

1Cover Crop $14,129,672
2Conservation Crop Rotation $14,044,296
3Grassed Waterway $6,099,917
4Brush Management $5,921,611
5Prescribed Grazing $5,570,649
6Pumping Plant $3,693,888
7Waste Storage Facility $2,890,731
8Residue & Tillage Management-No Till/Strip Till (Ac.) $2,818,642
9Irrigation System- Microirrigation $2,333,783
10Herbaceous Weed Treatment $2,236,248
11Woody Residue Treatment $1,473,984
12Critical Area Planting $1,101,379
13Sprinkler System $1,098,871
14Forest Stand Improvement $1,078,794
15Range Planting $1,050,560
16Nutrient Management $939,974
17Prescribed Burning $588,074
18Forage and Biomass Planting $457,732
19Solid/Liquid Waste Separation Facility $438,436
20Irrigation Pipeline $364,564
21Mulching $112,320
22Irrigation Water Management $100,808
23Conservation Cover $91,873
24Tree & Shrub Establishment $58,796
25Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment $43,874
26Res. & Tillage Mgt- Mulch-till $17,922
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 Total Climate Smart EQIP payments, 2017-2022$68,757,398
 Climate Smart EQIP payments, 2017-2022 $46,537,606
 Provisional Climate Smart EQIP payments, 2017-2022 $22,219,792

NRCS 2024 climate smart practice.
NRCS 2024 provisional climate smart practice.

EQIP payments by county, 2017-2021

RankStateEQIP Payments, 2017-2022
1Nemaha County, Kansas$5,183,620
2Marion County, Kansas$3,659,115
3Atchison County, Kansas$3,525,101
4Jefferson County, Kansas$2,901,450
5Marshall County, Kansas$2,822,304
6Jackson County, Kansas$2,808,629
7Reno County, Kansas$2,758,137
8Wichita County, Kansas$2,672,939
9Barber County, Kansas$2,155,568
10Hodgeman County, Kansas$2,107,828
11Grant County, Kansas$1,951,977
12Butler County, Kansas$1,766,970
13Doniphan County, Kansas$1,647,237
14Clark County, Kansas$1,612,747
15Graham County, Kansas$1,429,771
16Kingman County, Kansas$1,397,959
17Rush County, Kansas$1,366,766
18Stanton County, Kansas$1,352,763
19Rice County, Kansas$1,255,278
20Washington County, Kansas$1,195,465
21Leavenworth County, Kansas$1,139,871
22Ellis County, Kansas$1,134,862
23Osborne County, Kansas$1,116,384
24Ford County, Kansas$1,105,381
25Smith County, Kansas$1,099,514
26Sumner County, Kansas$1,086,161
27Decatur County, Kansas$1,008,896
28Seward County, Kansas$1,005,043
29Ness County, Kansas$970,954
30Jewell County, Kansas$953,379
31Russell County, Kansas$940,554
32Brown County, Kansas$890,786
33Rooks County, Kansas$865,381
34Pawnee County, Kansas$816,020
35Greenwood County, Kansas$805,466
36Lyon County, Kansas$790,843
37Dickinson County, Kansas$763,100
38Chautauqua County, Kansas$760,914
39Osage County, Kansas$759,620
40Wallace County, Kansas$759,324
41Trego County, Kansas$754,934
42Harvey County, Kansas$715,398
43Elk County, Kansas$705,179
44Wilson County, Kansas$669,365
45Cowley County, Kansas$655,113
46Miami County, Kansas$651,049
47Saline County, Kansas$643,938
48Gray County, Kansas$631,808
49McPherson County, Kansas$616,494
50Hamilton County, Kansas$581,134
51Sheridan County, Kansas$572,464
52Mitchell County, Kansas$547,097
53Crawford County, Kansas$542,010
54Republic County, Kansas$534,375
55Cheyenne County, Kansas$522,437
56Phillips County, Kansas$517,143
57Gove County, Kansas$506,549
58Harper County, Kansas$495,554
59Morris County, Kansas$491,267
60Logan County, Kansas$485,562
61Comanche County, Kansas$475,304
62Finney County, Kansas$469,232
63Coffey County, Kansas$434,034
64Stevens County, Kansas$416,952
65Rawlins County, Kansas$410,976
66Montgomery County, Kansas$395,196
67Barton County, Kansas$394,816
68Douglas County, Kansas$385,043
69Linn County, Kansas$361,440
70Kiowa County, Kansas$341,216
71Shawnee County, Kansas$321,539
72Pratt County, Kansas$318,369
73Cherokee County, Kansas$301,506
74Pottawatomie County, Kansas$293,558
75Clay County, Kansas$269,742
76Franklin County, Kansas$252,221
77Anderson County, Kansas$233,405
78Sherman County, Kansas$231,249
79Stafford County, Kansas$219,283
80Ottawa County, Kansas$216,080
81Morton County, Kansas$213,733
82Wabaunsee County, Kansas$211,079
83Edwards County, Kansas$210,379
84Ellsworth County, Kansas$195,829
85Bourbon County, Kansas$193,170
86Riley County, Kansas$183,455
87Norton County, Kansas$176,579
88Meade County, Kansas$159,556
89Sedgwick County, Kansas$156,477
90Labette County, Kansas$153,936
91Woodson County, Kansas$151,303
92Lane County, Kansas$104,075
93Cloud County, Kansas$101,460
94Geary County, Kansas$87,312
95Allen County, Kansas$78,585
96Chase County, Kansas$77,022
97Neosho County, Kansas$58,143
98Johnson County, Kansas$37,016
99Wyandotte County, Kansas$19,817
100Lincoln County, Kansas$12,370
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The state-level EQIP data only includes practices that had more than four contracts in a state for a particular year. Because of this, the data contained within the state pages will not sum up to the total payments by practice on the national page.


USDA Census of Agriculture Data for Kansas, 2022

Land in Kansas, 2022

Land typeAcres
Number of Farms:55,734
Total Acres in Farms:44,794,702
Cropland Acres:28,340,827
Permanent pasture and rangeland:14,664,767
Woodland Acres:633,691

Livestock in Kansas, 2022

LivestockNumber of Animals
Cattle and calves inventory6,126,402
Layers inventory 2,025,646
Hogs and pigs inventory1,907,011
Sheep and lambs inventory94,511
Broilers and other meat-type chickens sold33,822

Crops in Kansas, 2022


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