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Farm Income and Expenses (Schedule F)

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If you are a sole proprietor (not part of a partnership, LLC, or corporation), enter your farming income on Schedule F. Farming income includes income from crop production, animal production, and forestry and logging.

If you are engaged in the business of breeding dogs, cats, or other pet animals, you would enter your business income on Schedule C instead of Schedule F. If your principal source of income is providing agricultural services, such as soil preparation, veterinary services, farm labor, horticultural, or consulting services, you would enter your business income on Schedule C instead of Schedule F.

You can earn farm income from cultivating the soil or harvesting any agricultural products, such as livestock, dairy, poultry, and fish or other aquaculture products. You also need to report income from operating a bee, fruit, or truck farm, or a plantation, ranch, nursery, orchard, or oyster bed.

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