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The Department of Agriculture publishes a number of publications and reports throughout the year, these can be viewed below.

Agricultural Booklet

This DoA booklet provides an overall look at Agriculture in the Falklands.

pdfAgricultural Booklet 2015

Department of Agriculture Business Plan

The DoA has a published 10 year business plan which is reviewed annually.

Business Plan - currently being updated

Farm Management Handbook

The FMH is produced and circulated by the Department of Agriculture as a free reference point for the farming community, providing information on animal welfare, DoA trials etc.

Legal & Codes of Practice
Livestock & Wool
FIP - New Section


Biennial Report

Every second year, a comprehensive breakdown of departmental activities and published in the form of a Biennial Report.

Farming Statistics

Every year the Farming Statistics are compiled from information returned in the annual Stock Return (completed by farmers). They include animal numbers and movements, settlement populations and amount of land farmed in the Islands.

Farming statistics archive

Wool Press

Monthly the Department of Agriculture prepares a publication filled with information on departmental activities, farming related information articles and often views and practices from farmers themselves are shared with the general community.

Wool Press archives

Biosecurity News

Vehicle Check List
Are you thinking about importing a vehicle to the Falklands?

If you are please take a moment to have a look at our vehicle check list which provides vital information, frequently contaminated vehicle areas and tips to ensure the vehicle arrives in the Falklands ‘clean’.

Exporting Guidelines
We often get asked about exporting items such as scientific samples or souvenirs from the Falklands. The following guidelines will point you in the right direction and give you more details about the kind of export permits you may require (Export Guidelines / Export Guidelines (Spanish))

 More information can be found on our Biosecurity page or by contacting our Biosecurity Officer