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RESOURCES

For Animal Health related inquiries, please contact: (671) 300-7965

For DAWR related inquiries, please contact: (671) 735-0294

Si Yu'os Ma'åse'.

Forms


Agricultural Development Services (ADS) | Setbision Kinahulo' Fanggualu'an

PRESS RELEASE: USDA Pandemic Response & Safety (PRS) Grant Funding Program Opportunity

Bona Fide Farmer Agricultural Assessment Form (AAF21)

Bona Fide Farmer General Requirements

Six Month Report Fillable Form

 

Animal Health & Quarantine | Minanehan Salut Gå'ga' yan Kuårentena

Pet Registration Form

Animal Import Information 

 

Division of Aquatic & Wildlife Resources (DAWR) | Guihan yan Lina'la' Machålek na Guinaha

*NEW* 2021 DAWR Hunting License Application

DAWR Scientific Research Permit Application

 

Biosecurity | Ginegguen i Lina'la' Guåhan

Permits | Biosecurity

 

Forestry & Soil Resources Division (FSRD) | Hålom Tåno' yan Odda' na Guinaha

Forestry & Soil Resources Division Cutting Permit

 


The following are scheduled fees for various services.

Fees

Import Permits and Certificates:        
1
Certificate of Origin: $10.00   Artificial Insemination:  
2
Certificate of Quality & Condition: $2.00  
1
Swine: First Service: Service not Available
3
Eggs – Fresh: per 1,000 dozen or part thereof: $5.00  
2
Swine: Second Service: Service not Available
4
Eggs – Balut and Salted: per shipment: $10.00  
3
Bovine: First Service: Service not Available
5
Fowl: chicken, duck, goose, turkey, pigeon, etc.,  
4
Bovine: Second Service: Service not Available
    excludes male chickens over one (1) month of age:   Branding of Livestock Using Liquid Nitrogen:  
    per shipment: $5.00  
1
Per Service Call: $25.00
6
Fowls: breeding cocks-roosters, and male chickens  
2
Per Animal: $2.00
    over one (1) month of age: per permit of twelve (12): $10.00   Deer Harboring Permit  
      for each additional bird: $1.00     initial fee $50.00
7
Livestock: horse, mule, cattle, carabao, sheep, swine,       annual renewal fee: $25.00
    goat, and other similar livestock: per shipment: $5.00   Fish and Wildlife Import Permit  
8
Pet birds, rodents, rabbits, guinea pigs:       for personal use: $5.00
    per shipment non-commercial: $5.00     commercial: $10.00
    per shipment commercial: $10.00     for permits that require inspection: $25.00
9
Phytosanitary Certificate: $23.00   Hunting License:  
10
Plants, Plant Products, Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Meat     license fee: $15.00
    Products, Animal Feed, Plant Seeds, Fertilizer, Wood     for deer tag: $10.00
    Products: $10.00   Special Control Hunt Tag: $25.00
11
Sand and Quarried Products:     Import Permit for Aquaculture Farming (commercial) $25.00
  for sample products up to fifty (50) pounds per permit $20.00      
  for first on thousand short ton or part thereof (2000)          
  pounds equal one short ton): $100.00        
  for each additional one thousand short ton or part thereof      
  (2,000 pound equals on short ton): $25.00        
Plant Nursery Seedlings: Fruit Trees and Vegetables:        
1
Common Fruit Trees: tissue culture, seedlings, cutting:        
    per quart-size container: $3.00      
    for upgrading of quart-size container $1.00        
2
 Pugua' (Betelnut) Seedlings:          
    per quart-size container: $5.00      
    for upgrading of quart-size container $1.00      
3
Lemmai  (Breadfruit):          
    per quart-size container: $8.00        
    for upgrading of quart-size container $1.00      
4
Imported Fruit Trees:
at cost plus $2.00
       
5
Grafted Trees: per quart-size container:
$15.00
       
     
6
Hybrid Seedlings: per quart-size container: $4.00        
7
Vegetable Seedlings:          
    per flat: $10.00        
    per dozen seedlings: $2.50      
    discount for return of trays with purchase of flat: $1.00        
Inspection Fee: Plant/Products          
  Re-Conditioning / facility use $20.00  

 

 

USDA Pandemic Response & Safety Grant Funding Program (PRS) Opportunity

Laws-Regulations

Guam Hunting Regulations

Natural Resource Laws

5 Guam Code Annotated, Division 6, Chapter 60: Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Water Rate: P.L. 9-42: Provides for reduced water rate for qualified individuals engaged in a farming activity such as crop and livestock production, aquaculture and horticulture.

Agricultural Land Lease: P.L. 15-18: Current Administration of 48 agricultural land leases for commercial agriculture.

Crop Compensation: P.L. 20-84/22-64: Provides for one time registration of farmers to be eligible for compensation of farm losses due to a natural disaster. Requires a disaster declaration and is depedent upon appropriation of funds from the Legislature.

Animal Quarantine: P.L. 24-216; Title 10 Guam Code Anotated Chapter 34, Article 3: Governs importation of dogs, cats and other carnivores into Guam.

Public Law 27-87: Provides for five (5) day or less quarantine.

Importation of Livestock Animals and Animal Products. P.L. 3-103; P.L. 7-16 and P.L. 21-90: Provides for the importation, inspection and quarantine of livestock animals and animal products.

Importation of Plant and Plant Products: P.L. 3-103, P.L. 7-16 and P.L. 21-90:
Provides for importation, inspection and quarantine of plant and plant products.

5 GCA Chapter 66 Egg Shell: Provides for the importation, inspection, labeling and quarantine of chicken and duck eggs.

Law Enforcement

The Department of Agriculture’s Law Enforcement or Conservation Officers are responsible for the enforcement of Guam’s laws and regulations for the protection of Fish, Wildlife, Endangered and Threatened Species and Forestry Laws.

This team also protects Guam’s aquatic and wildlife resources through the reduction of illegal activities associated with the taking of these resources; protect life and property and enforce all ordinances under the Guam Code Annotated on the island of Guam.

Revenue Generated

Revenue generated for Fiscal Year 2008: Sales deposited to the Wildlife Conservation Fund
Amount: $6,590.25

Revenue generated for Fiscal Year 2009: Sales deposited to the Wildlife Conservation Fund
Amount: $23,327.00

Revenue generated for Fiscal Year 2011: Sales deposited to the Wildlife Conservation Fund
Amount: $21,445.00

Budgets


For budget information, click here.

Staffing


For staffing information, click here.