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The Cook Islands Ministry of Agriculture is responsible for agricultural development, legislation and sustainability in the Cook Islands. We trust that you will find the information contained on this site helpful. Should you wish to know more, please contact the undersigned directly or any of the heads of divisions whose contacts you will find herein. We are a small team striving to improve our standards and service delivery, and would welcome contributions on aspects that you feel we could improve on.

Meet our Department of the Ministry of Agriculture

Policy, Project & Planning

The Ministry of Agriculture is developing its Sector Plan called the (Food and Agriculture Sector Master Plan 2030) as the overarching framework for current and new policies in the making.

Department of Project, Policy & Planning

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Biosecurity & Quarantine

Wanting to know what to bring into the Cook Islands, Inspections and Regulations. Contact us for more Information

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Animal production in the Cook Islands has been going on for many generations now. The main animals produced are; pigs, goats, chickens, horses and a few cattle

Department of Livestock

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Department of Research

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Agriculture Market Information System

An Agriculture Market Information System (AMIS) has been established in the Cook Islands. The AMIS is the first of its kind in the region and will be used to capture vital information for effective agricultural policy development. The work was led by the Department of Policy, Planning & Projects (DPPP) and the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) in partnership with the European Union-funded Pacific Agricultural Policy Program (PAPP) implemented by the Secretariat of Pacific Community (SPC).

  • The purpose of the database is to collect specific market and production results

  • Information from the AMIS will be readily available to planners and project developers across government agencies.

  • What excites the MoA the most is the ability of the AMIS to identify key imported crops which have the potential to be subsisted by domestic producers at specific times of year.

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