This study takes seven regional agricultural sectors in China as the research object, and introduces water footprint (WF), carbon footprint (CF) and land footprint (LF) to analyze the spillover-feedback effect of these environmental footprints to characterize their resource and environment impacts. Based on the inter-regional input-output model, this paper first decomposed the spillover-feedback effects model, extended it to the environmental field, constructed the spillover-feedback effects model coupled with environmental footprints, and evaluated the transfer of resource and environment pressure in the agricultural sector from the perspective of interregional two-way impacts. The results show that the spillover effects and feedback effects of WF, CF and LF in seven regions of China’s agriculture sectors varied greatly in spatial level in 2007?2012. The feedback effects of WF, CF, and LF were more significant and should not be ignored. Through further analysis of the ratio of feedback effect to spillover effect of each region’s Agricultural Sector, it was found that the ratio of feedback effect to spillover effect of North (NO) region’s agricultural sector was the largest, all more than 31.3%. The ratio of feedback effect to spillover effect of East (EA), South (SO) and Central South (CS) regions’ Agricultural Sectors were also larger, all more than 10.7%. Finally, it was pointed out that the current interregional available resources in China’s Agriculture Sector did not match the demand and the level of regional economic development, so to some extent, the current trade structure should be improved to support agricultural sustainable development.