EQIP in Texas

Texas

Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) in Texas

EQIP payments by practice class in Texas

  • Farm, Ranch & Land Management
  • Structures, Equipment & Facilities
  • Contracts

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EQIP payments by practice suite in Texas

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EQIP payments by contract size in Texas, 1998-2015

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Most commonly used practices for EQIP contracts in Texas


EQIP impacts on resource concerns in Texas, 1998-2015

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EQIP payments by county in Texas, 1998-2015

RankCountyPayments
1Tom Green County, Texas$16,116,665
2Deaf Smith County, Texas$16,023,038
3Hale County, Texas$13,183,431
4Castro County, Texas$12,042,401
5Lamb County, Texas$10,598,590
6Colorado County, Texas$10,356,005
7Starr County, Texas$10,097,648
8Uvalde County, Texas$9,089,235
9Lubbock County, Texas$8,492,810
10Nolan County, Texas$8,474,784
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USDA Census of Agriculture Data for Texas, 2012

Land in Texas, 2012

Land typeAcres
Number of Farms:248,809
Total Acres in Farms:130,153,438
Cropland Acres:29,147,537
Permanent pasture and rangeland:90,287,767
Woodland Acres:7,951,154
Farmsteads, homes, buildings, facilities, ponds, roads, wasteland, etc. Acres:2,766,980

Livestock in Texas, 2012

LivestockNumber of Animals
Broilers and other meat-type chickens sold600,353,797
Layers inventory 20,902,244
Cattle and calves inventory11,159,747
Hogs and pigs inventory800,893
Sheep and lambs inventory623,000

Crops in Texas, 2012

 

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