This document reports the results of: (1) nation-wide online surveys of stakeholders from Croatia’s agricultural, aquaculture, and fisheries sectors conducted between March and June, 2019, and (2) priority-setting exercises held as part of stakeholder consultation meetings with representatives from all three sectors between April and July, 2019. The purpose of both the survey and the participant consultations was to gather stakeholder input for the development of a national agriculture and rural development strategy, which serves as the basis for a new common agriculture policy (CAP) strategic plan and operational program for maritime affairs and fisheries under the European Unions’ (EU’s) next budget framework (2021-2027) and aligns with the ongoing development of Croatia’s national development strategy (NDS). The results reported in this document comprise two steps of a broadly gauged stakeholder consultation process: (1) online surveys of stakeholders, and (2) formal priority-setting processes, which comprised multiple steps. The online surveys served both as a guide to the priority-setting exercises and as a separate instrument to provide stakeholder feedback to the Ministry. The major findings for each of the three sectors are presented in the tables and are summarized briefly in the report. Section one gives introduction. The results of the agriculture stakeholder survey and priority-setting consultations are described first in section two and are elaborated in some detail. The results of the aquaculture and fisheries surveys and stakeholder consultations follow in sections three and four, respectively.