EQIP in Kansas


Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) in Kansas

EQIP payments by fiscal year in Kansas

EQIP payments by county, 2017-2020

Practices on EQIP acres, 2017-2020, Kansas

2Conservation Crop Rotation $10,581,091
3Underground Outlet$8,603,532
4Cover Crop $8,386,047
5Brush Management$3,995,444
6Prescribed Grazing $3,886,239
7Watering Facility$3,599,647
8Water Well$3,494,285
9Grassed Waterway $3,404,605
10Pumping Plant$2,983,369
12Livestock Pipeline$2,190,311
13Irrigation System- Microirrigation$2,056,844
14Waste Storage Facility$1,855,136
15Land Smoothing$1,709,731
17Herbaceous Weed Treatment$1,443,570
18Grade Stabilization Structure$1,262,501
19Residue & Tillage Management-No Till/Strip Till (Ac.) $1,147,606
20Sprinkler System$1,134,564
21High Tunnel System$1,108,220
22Woody Residue Treatment$992,748
23Range Planting $932,908
24Obstruction Removal$879,522
25Waste Transfer$831,177
26Forest Stand Improvement$679,692
27Critical Area Planting$640,196
28Water and Sediment Control Basin$517,117
30Solid/Liquid Waste Separation Facility $454,775
31Nutrient Management $428,775
32Prescribed Burning$413,638
33Pond Sealing or Lining- Compacted Clay Treatment$350,380
34Irrigation Pipeline$345,460
35Forage and Biomass Planting $331,533
36Pond Sealing or Lining- Compacted Soil Treatment$278,989
37Roofs and Covers$215,122
38Windbreak/Shelterbelt Renovation $212,546
39Waste Facility Closure$188,025
40Pond Sealing or Lining- Soil Dispersant$142,517
41Subsurface Drain$140,760
42Animal Mortality Facility$133,163
43Wetland Creation$107,923
44Access Road$96,434
45Heavy Use Area Protection$91,494
46Mulching $86,694
47Seasonal High Tunnel for Crops$82,816
48Dike or Levee$73,553
49Composting Facility$72,212
50Energy Efficient Lighting System$71,002
51Irrigation Water Management $64,040
52Pond Sealing or Lining- Bentonite Sealant$63,980
53Stream Crossing$61,801
54Lined Waterway or Outlet$60,211
55Tree & Shrub Establishment $52,706
56Structure for Water Control$51,621
57Res. & Tillage Mgt- Mulch-till $38,499
58Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment $38,318
59Conservation Cover $37,708
60Spring Development$29,273
61Agricultural Energy Management Plan - Written$21,680
62Waste Recycling$21,520
63Pest Management Conservation System$19,557
64Tree/Shrub Site Preparation$17,660
65Wetland Enhancement$14,281
66Access Control$13,580
67Wetland Restoration$13,334
68Energy Efficient Agricultural Operation$9,191
69Energy Efficient Building Envelope$8,247
70Upland Wildlife Habitat Management $7,454
71Field Border $6,118
72Filter Strip $5,977
73Conservation Plan Supporting Organic Transition$4,416
74Combustion System Improvement$4,386
76Riparian Forest Buffer $3,586
77Vegetated Treatment Area$3,561
78Well Decommissioning$2,537
79Channel Bank Vegetation$2,068
80Roof Runoff Structure$1,807
81Structures for Wildlife$1,701
82Early Successional Habitat Development-Mgt$1,550
83Tree/Shrub Pruning$1,021
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 Total Payments, 2017-202095,478,388
NRCS climate smart practice.

NCRS climate smart practices on EQIP acres, 2017-2020, Kansas

1Conservation Crop Rotation $10,581,091
2Cover Crop $8,386,047
3Prescribed Grazing $3,886,239
4Grassed Waterway $3,404,605
5Residue & Tillage Management-No Till/Strip Till (Ac.) $1,147,606
6Range Planting $932,908
7Solid/Liquid Waste Separation Facility $454,775
8Nutrient Management $428,775
9Forage and Biomass Planting $331,533
10Windbreak/Shelterbelt Renovation $212,546
11Mulching $86,694
12Irrigation Water Management $64,040
13Tree & Shrub Establishment $52,706
14Res. & Tillage Mgt- Mulch-till $38,499
15Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment $38,318
16Conservation Cover $37,708
17Upland Wildlife Habitat Management $7,454
18Field Border $6,118
19Filter Strip $5,977
20Riparian Forest Buffer $3,586
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 Total Climate Smart EQIP payments, 2017-2020$30,107,226
NRCS climate smart practice.

EQIP payments by county, 2017-2021

RankStateEQIP Payments, 2017-2020
1Nemaha County, Kansas$3,999,206
2Atchison County, Kansas$2,692,383
3Marion County, Kansas$2,575,803
4Marshall County, Kansas$2,290,796
5Jackson County, Kansas$2,095,327
6Reno County, Kansas$1,680,803
7Jefferson County, Kansas$1,592,193
8Barber County, Kansas$1,478,147
9Graham County, Kansas$1,293,289
10Clark County, Kansas$1,257,238
11Kingman County, Kansas$1,182,124
12Wichita County, Kansas$1,176,014
13Doniphan County, Kansas$1,170,274
14Butler County, Kansas$1,122,636
15Grant County, Kansas$1,115,457
16Hodgeman County, Kansas$1,087,317
17Stanton County, Kansas$964,345
18Leavenworth County, Kansas$925,281
19Decatur County, Kansas$834,950
20Washington County, Kansas$765,558
21Osborne County, Kansas$718,040
22Sumner County, Kansas$680,265
23Harvey County, Kansas$675,131
24Hamilton County, Kansas$647,086
25Jewell County, Kansas$635,696
26Rooks County, Kansas$592,786
27Chautauqua County, Kansas$585,175
28Wallace County, Kansas$580,328
29Rush County, Kansas$578,482
30Finney County, Kansas$561,476
31Ford County, Kansas$533,936
32Rice County, Kansas$529,008
33Ness County, Kansas$509,691
34Lyon County, Kansas$501,663
35Smith County, Kansas$493,436
36Sheridan County, Kansas$487,382
37Osage County, Kansas$475,603
38Dickinson County, Kansas$475,315
39Miami County, Kansas$462,524
40Russell County, Kansas$461,117
41McPherson County, Kansas$458,965
42Rawlins County, Kansas$450,711
43Brown County, Kansas$441,386
44Morris County, Kansas$429,218
45Seward County, Kansas$419,362
46Phillips County, Kansas$385,857
47Harper County, Kansas$383,336
48Pawnee County, Kansas$366,035
49Trego County, Kansas$358,242
50Ellis County, Kansas$355,365
51Gove County, Kansas$354,878
52Mitchell County, Kansas$344,570
53Crawford County, Kansas$343,829
54Cowley County, Kansas$326,504
55Wilson County, Kansas$305,897
56Greenwood County, Kansas$303,218
57Douglas County, Kansas$301,650
58Coffey County, Kansas$290,837
59Haskell County, Kansas$290,823
60Elk County, Kansas$278,146
61Barton County, Kansas$272,408
62Saline County, Kansas$269,471
63Cheyenne County, Kansas$268,214
64Montgomery County, Kansas$242,880
65Pratt County, Kansas$239,783
66Morton County, Kansas$227,029
67Sedgwick County, Kansas$224,138
68Cherokee County, Kansas$212,433
69Pottawatomie County, Kansas$196,000
70Meade County, Kansas$194,355
71Norton County, Kansas$192,267
72Edwards County, Kansas$191,441
73Shawnee County, Kansas$181,898
74Clay County, Kansas$154,243
75Kiowa County, Kansas$147,765
76Ellsworth County, Kansas$144,005
77Woodson County, Kansas$143,743
78Stevens County, Kansas$140,633
79Sherman County, Kansas$139,469
80Republic County, Kansas$139,225
81Wabaunsee County, Kansas$134,442
82Comanche County, Kansas$129,141
83Geary County, Kansas$128,383
84Anderson County, Kansas$127,377
85Ottawa County, Kansas$119,753
86Bourbon County, Kansas$118,800
87Stafford County, Kansas$111,180
88Riley County, Kansas$105,605
89Cloud County, Kansas$101,952
90Labette County, Kansas$94,483
91Allen County, Kansas$87,391
92Franklin County, Kansas$77,555
93Johnson County, Kansas$67,182
94Logan County, Kansas$46,516
95Lincoln County, Kansas$43,458
96Linn County, Kansas$34,110
97Wyandotte County, Kansas$30,978
98Neosho County, Kansas$21,787
99Lane County, Kansas$21,486
100Chase County, Kansas$6,779
101Gray County, Kansas$3,113
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USDA Census of Agriculture Data for Kansas, 2017

Land in Kansas, 2017

Land typeAcres
Number of Farms:58,569
Total Acres in Farms:45,759,319
Cropland Acres:29,125,505
Permanent pasture and rangeland:14,852,685
Woodland Acres:651,590

Livestock in Kansas, 2017

LivestockNumber of Animals
Cattle and calves inventory6,278,772
Hogs and pigs inventory2,100,764
Sheep and lambs inventory73,526
Broilers and other meat-type chickens sold22,153

Crops in Kansas, 2017


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