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Most of the rules for Income Tax, National Insurance contributions, VAT and other taxes and duties are exactly the same for the agricultural sector as for any other type of business.

But there are some special rules to deal with situations that may not occur elsewhere.

For example, providing certain conditions are met, self-employed farmers can work out their profits for tax purposes as the average of a number of years' figures. This helps even out fluctuating results.