A farm means any land or premises, whether enclosed by fencing or not, used for the keeping, rearing, breeding, or boarding of animals or birds for commercial purposes, or the cultivation of aquatic ornamental plants for commercial production.
You would need to obtain a licence to carry out these activities in your existing leasehold, tenancy land, or other premises.
Information on licence conditions for various farm types can be found below.
Under the Wildlife Act
i) Killing, keeping and feeding of fish, frogs, turtles, quails, insects and snails intended for consumption;
ii) Killing of crocodiles intended for consumption;
iii) Import of live fish, turtles, frogs, quails, insects and snails intended for the primary production or food and/or consumption; and
iv) Export, sale and offering for sale of:
a) fish, frogs, turtles, quails, insects and snails intended for consumption, or any part of the said wildlife; and
b) game meat such as crocodile, guinea fowl, pheasant, pigeon, reindeer and kangaroo meat, and venison.
B. Other persons carrying on food-related businesses are approved to sell and offer for sale:
i) Fresh whole (non-live) fish, frogs, quails, turtles, insects and snails intended for consumption, or parts of the said wildlife; and
ii) Game meat such as crocodiles, guinea fowl, pheasant, pigeon, reindeer and kangaroo meat, and venison,
*For the purpose of this approval, ‘fish’ includes Crustacea, Mollusca, Echinodermata and Cnidaria.
This approval is subject to the following conditions:
1. The wildlife, wildlife part or game meat (whichever is applicable) must be:
(a) legally imported, produced or caught (for fish) by a SFA-licensee;
(b) derived from any animal that has been slaughtered in a SFA-licensed facility in Singapore;
(c) processed in a SFA-licensed processing establishment; or
(d) obtained from a SFA-licensed wholesale market.
2. Compliance with any other conditions imposed by the Director-General, Wildlife Management (NParks).
3. All necessary permits/licenses/certificates required under other laws or regulations must be obtained.
Those who do not meet the criteria for general approval may seek the written approval of the Director-General if they wish to carry out the specified activities relating to wildlife. Those who wish to do so can contact NParks.