Well, not really. I did my last farm return back in 1932, but I just wanted to make you feel better. But for what it's worth, maybe the IRS figures it's too easy to cheat to file a schedule C but filing a schedule F would mean that someone would have had to go out and buy a cow or a tractor or something like that so the odds are too low for someone to cheat.
As long as they own either a tractor or a cow, they qualify. Owning a chicken doesn't qualify but I believe if you own two chickens you are official. 🚜 🐄 🐔🐔