Many previous studies indicate that the government corruption level of a country can affect the level of inequality. These findings imply that corruption can also affect the relative income level of farmers compared to workers of other industry sectors. This paper analyzes the relationship between corruption and the relative income of farmers by incorporating two different measures of corruption levels. Using a sample of 113 countries between 2005 and 2012, we find a non-linear impact of corruption on the relative income of farmer. In a sample of high income countries, we find negative impacts while in a sample of low income countries, the impacts are positive.