Programs We Offer
We provide a variety of information, classes, workshops and demonstrations for agriculture producers large and small with the goal of increasing production, profitability, and environmental protection. Many of our agriculture programs are held during the late fall and winter. Generally field tours are held in the spring and summer.
How May We Help You?
Having issues with a crop field? Bring us a sample plant to look at, or have us come take a look! Need a soil sample? We will gladly send your soil sample to the lab, write recommendations, and discuss your results with you when we get them back! Not sure what to feed your livestock? Give us a call! We can work with you and your goals to develop a ration that will meet the nutritional needs of your livestock.
Impact of Agriculture, Food, and Food Processing Sectors on the Sedgwick County Economy
|Impact Type ||Employment||Value Added||Output|
|Total Effect ||11,224||$923,455,562||$2,550,653,893|
1,360 farms accounting for 496,568 acres
$118.9 million in crop and livestock sales in 2017
Data according to the USDA 2017 Census of Agriculture
CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE OVERVIEW OF SEDGWICK COUNTY