1 Estimated Economic of Agriculture, Food, and Food Processing Sectors 08/01/2017 Using the most recent IMPLAN data available (2015) adjusted for 2017, 65 agriculture, food, and food processing sectors were analyzed to determine their overall contribution to the Kansas economy. 1 These 65 sectors have a total direct output of approximately $ 47.9 billion and support 125,714 jobs in Kansas. Running the model for all 65 sectors simultaneously produces the following results: Agriculture, Food, and Food Processing Sector Contribution to Overall Kansas Economy Type 2 Employment % Employment Kansas Total Value Added 3 4 Output 5 Effect 125, % 9,805,298, % 47,940,354, % Effect 64, % 6,419,450, % 11,957,098, % Effect 56, % 4,213,001, % 7,563,649, % Total Effect 246, % 20,437,750, % 67,461,102, % As shown in the above table, agriculture, food, and food processing supports 246,877 jobs, or 13.0% of the entire workforce in the state. These industries provide a total economic contribution of approximately $ 67.5 billion, roughly 44.5% of the total economy. Another metric used to calculate the importance of sectors in an economy is their value added as a percentage of GRP. Total value added by the 65 agriculture, food, and food processing sectors is approximately $ 20.4 billion, or 13.5% of the GRP. This indicates that personal income, business income, and taxes generated by these sectors account for 13.5% of the total economy. The following tables document the overall summary numbers of the model, top industries affected by employment and output, and a listing of all industries that were analyzed. 1 Article on building a contribution analysis in IMPLAN that avoids double counting: 2, indirect, and induced effects sum together to estimate the total economic contribution in the state. effects capture the contribution from agricultural and food products. effects capture the economic benefit from farms and agricultural businesses purchasing inputs from supporting industries within the state. effects capture the benefits created when employees of farms, agricultural businesses, and the supporting industries spend their wages on goods and services within the state. 3 Value added = labor income + indirect business taxes + other property type income. 4 GRP = final demand of households + governments expenditures + capital + exports - imports - institutional sales. 5 5 Output = intermediate inputs + value added.
2 In the top ten by employment, Beef cattle ranching and farming, including feedlots and dual-purpose ranching and farming is the top employer in the agriculture industry with 42,228.4 employees. This table also shows the amount of jobs that are created by the agriculture industry in Kansas. Description Total Employment Total Output Beef cattle ranching and farming, including feedlots and dualpurpose ranching and farming 42, ,857,751,387 Wholesale trade 11, ,824,834,123 Landscape and horticultural services 11, ,833,148 Animal, except poultry, slaughtering 10, ,992,778,951 Grain farming 9, ,613,027,909 All other crop farming 7, ,496,959 Truck transportation 7, ,317,414,292 Meat processed from carcasses 6, ,608,378,482 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 5, ,288,563,405 Real estate 5, ,094,542,956 The Beef cattle ranching and farming, including feedlots and dual-purpose ranching and farming industry directly contributes approximately $ 8.9 billion to the Kansas economy. This table also shows how much revenue is generated in other industries by having a strong agriculture industry. Description Total Employment Total Output Beef cattle ranching and farming, including feedlots and dual- 42, ,857,751,387 purpose ranching and farming Animal, except poultry, slaughtering 10, ,992,778,951 Grain farming 9, ,613,027,909 Meat processed from carcasses 6, ,608,378,482 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 5, ,288,563,405 Dog and cat food manufacturing 2, ,125,350,139 Wholesale trade 11, ,824,834,123 Other animal food manufacturing 1, ,956,342,433 Flour milling ,365,782,759 Truck transportation 7, ,317,414,292
3 Below is a summary of all agriculture data with employment levels and output level. These values can tell how many jobs are represented by each agriculture sector and the output they contributed to the Kansas economy. Description Employment Output Oilseed farming 1, ,274,602,316 Grain farming 9, ,613,027,909 Vegetable and melon farming ,288,222 Fruit farming ,953,757 Tree nut farming 6.4 1,188,167 Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production ,532,742 Cotton farming ,454,001 All other crop farming 7, ,496,959 Beef cattle ranching and farming, including feedlots and dualpurpose ranching and farming 42, ,857,751,387 Dairy cattle and milk production 1, ,240,025 Poultry and egg production ,830,495 Animal production, except cattle and poultry and eggs 3, ,878,565 Commercial logging ,994,664 Commercial hunting and trapping ,917,830 Other chemical and fertilizer mineral mining ,024,904 Dog and cat food manufacturing 2, ,125,350,139 Other animal food manufacturing 1, ,956,342,433 Flour milling ,365,782,759 Malt manufacturing ,958,302 Wet corn milling ,485,134 Soybean and other oilseed processing ,278,043,262 Fats and oils refining and blending ,563,935 Breakfast cereal manufacturing ,816,181 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing ,735,823 Chocolate and confectionery manufacturing from cacao beans ,821,915 Confectionery manufacturing from purchased chocolate 1, ,089,598 Frozen fruits, juices and vegetables manufacturing ,065,881 Frozen specialties manufacturing 1, ,638,389 Canned fruits and vegetables manufacturing ,388,998 Dehydrated food products manufacturing ,946,925 Fluid milk manufacturing ,667,584 Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy product manufacturing ,739,875 Animal, except poultry, slaughtering 10, ,992,778,951 Meat processed from carcasses 6, ,608,378,482 Rendering and meat byproduct processing ,071,481 Poultry processing ,665,962 Bread and bakery product, except frozen, manufacturing 3, ,781,155 Frozen cakes and other pastries manufacturing ,114,549 Cookie and cracker manufacturing ,884,002 Dry pasta, mixes, and dough manufacturing ,162,276 Tortilla manufacturing ,359,251 Roasted nuts and peanut butter manufacturing ,453,131 Other snack food manufacturing ,125,116
4 Coffee and tea manufacturing ,982,363 Flavoring syrup and concentrate manufacturing ,460,254 Mayonnaise, dressing, and sauce manufacturing ,647,357 Spice and extract manufacturing ,792,958 All other food manufacturing 1, ,365,086 Bottled and canned soft drinks & water ,480,628 Breweries ,063,176 Wineries ,378,748 Distilleries ,150,850 Fiber, yarn, and thread mills 4.3 1,408,589 Sawmills ,262,572 Paper mills ,751,486 Paperboard mills ,315,545 Nitrogenous fertilizer manufacturing ,824,433 Fertilizer mixing ,016,836 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical manufacturing ,318,208 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 5, ,288,563,405 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing ,516,860 Food product machinery manufacturing ,991,182 All other industrial machinery manufacturing 1, ,596,011 Veterinary services 4, ,114,002 Landscape and horticultural services 11, ,833,148 All 105 counties in Kansas have Implan models and agriculture contribution summary. These values do not factor in the retail environment of food sales. Food retail is important, but in order to provide the most accurate picture of what production agricultural and processing contributes to Kansas, the retail sector was omitted. Furthermore, animal health pharmaceuticals were not included in the model due to the lack of availability of data.
5 **Calculations Including Food Retail and Restaurants** Estimated of Agriculture, Food, Food Processing and Food Retail Sectors on the Kansas Economy The agriculture industry makes up a substantial part of Kansas s overall economy. These values do not factor in the retail environment of food sales. Food retail is important, but in order to provide the most accurate picture of what production agricultural and processing contributes to Kansas, the retail sector was omitted. If we were to include the food retail sector, the contribution to agriculture increases to $79.9 billion, represents 21.5% of the jobs, and increases total value added to $ 27.5 billion in Kansas. Agriculture, Food, Food Processing, and Food Retail Sector Contribution to Overall Kansas Economy Type 6 Employment % Employment Total Value Added 7 8 Output 9 Effect 274, % 15,148,774, % 57,011,350, % Effect 70, % 7,158,363, % 13,645,030, % Effect 62, % 5,145,905, % 9,237,074, % Total Effect 407, % 27,453,044, % 79,893,455, % 6, indirect, and induced effects sum together to estimate the total economic contribution in the state. effects capture the contribution from agricultural and food products. effects capture the economic benefit from farms and agricultural businesses purchasing inputs from supporting industries within the state. effects capture the benefits created when employees of farms, agricultural businesses, and the supporting industries spend their wages on goods and services within the state. 7 Value added = labor income + indirect business taxes + other property type income. 8 GRP = final demand of households + governments expenditures + capital + exports - imports institutional sales. 9 Output = intermediate inputs + value added.
6 **Calculations Including Ethanol ion** Estimated of Agriculture, Food, Food Processing and Ethanol ion on the Kansas Economy In 2015, Kansas produced million gallons of ethanol worth an estimated $886.3 million dollars. The impact on page one includes by-products from ethanol plants such as distiller s dried grain with solubles (DDGS), but do not account for the economic activity generated by ethanol fuel production. Namely, this is because ethanol fuel production is included in sector 165, other basic organic chemical manufacturing, which encompasses more than ethanol production and was not modeled in the original scenario. Therefore, utilizing the full sector value would inflate the results. If we were to include sector 165 in the analysis with a direct value of $886.3 million, the total contribution to agriculture increases to $68.7 billion, represents 13.14% of the jobs, and increases total value added to $20.7 billion in Kansas. Agriculture, Food, Food Processing, and Ethanol ion Sector Contribution to Overall Kansas Economy Type 10 Employment % Employment Total Value Added Output 13 Effect 126, % 9,881,278, % 48,826,659, % Effect 65, % 6,539,461, % 12,199,871, % Effect 57, % 4,266,514, % 7,659,662, % Total Effect 249, % 20,687,255, % 68,686,193, % 10, indirect, and induced effects sum together to estimate the total economic contribution in the state. effects capture the contribution from agricultural and food products. effects capture the economic benefit from farms and agricultural businesses purchasing inputs from supporting industries within the state. effects capture the benefits created when employees of farms, agricultural businesses, and the supporting industries spend their wages on goods and services within the state. 11 Value added = labor income + indirect business taxes + other property type income. 12 GRP = final demand of households + governments expenditures + capital + exports - imports institutional sales. 13 Output = intermediate inputs + value added.
7 **Calculations Including Food Retail, Restaurants, and Ethanol ion** Estimated of Agriculture, Food, Food Processing, Food Retail, Restaurants, and Ethanol ion on the Kansas Economy As stated above, ethanol production is not included in our primary Kansas Agriculture, Food, and Food Processing economic analysis due to the fact that there is not a single sector in IMPLAN for ethanol. The above analysis was completed based on KDA estimates of industry impact, and from a brief review of the model we can see the important and substantial contribution of the ethanol industry. If we were to complete a contribution analysis including both sector 165 (ethanol) and sectors 19, 400, 501, 502, and 503 (food retail and restaurants) in our original state agriculture, food, and food processing model, the total contribution from agriculture increases to $81.1 billion, represents 21.61% of the jobs, and increases total value added to $27.7 billion in Kansas. Agriculture, Food, Food Processing, Food Retail, Restaurants, and Ethanol ion Sector Contribution to Overall Kansas Economy Type 14 Employment % Employment Total Value Added 15 Output Effect 274, % 15,224,754, % 57,897,655, % Effect 71, % 7,276,681, % 13,884,555, % Effect 63, % 5,192,601, % 9,320,787, % Total Effect 409, % 27,694,038, % 81,102,998, % 14, indirect, and induced effects sum together to estimate the total economic contribution in the state. effects capture the contribution from agricultural and food products. effects capture the economic benefit from farms and agricultural businesses purchasing inputs from supporting industries within the state. effects capture the benefits created when employees of farms, agricultural businesses, and the supporting industries spend their wages on goods and services within the state. 15 Value added = labor income + indirect business taxes + other property type income. 16 GRP = final demand of households + governments expenditures + capital + exports - imports institutional sales. 17 Output = intermediate inputs + value added.
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