Context: Majority of the Indian population lives in rural area, where the main occupation is agriculture. In developing countries, agriculture workers have multitude of health problems, whereas they do not have access to the adequate health care facilities. Aims: The present study was aimed to know the health-seeking behavior of agricultural workers. Settings and Design: This cross-sectional study was done from January 2009 to December 2009 in a rural area of Bhutaramanahatti sub-center (Vantamuri PHC), Belgaum District. Materials and Methods: A total of 400 agricultural workers of age 16-60 years were interviewed in their households/ fi elds. Data were acquired on a predesigned and pretested questionnaire. Statistical Analysis Used: Percentages and Chi-square test. Results: Among the study participants 55.75% were males and 44.25% were females, with a male to female ratio of 1.25:1. Most of the agricultural workers (89.5%) were Hindus, 10.5% were Muslims, and 47% were illiterates, whereas 38% had passed fi rst to fi fth grades, 14.5% had passed sixth to tenth grades, and 0.5% had attended tenth plus. Of the 400 subjects, 295 (73.75%) belonged to Class V socioeconomic status. Overall, 48.75% opted government doctors and 28% opted private doctors as the fi rst priority health care providers for their illness. 37.75% preferred private or AYUSH practitioners and 18.25% opted government doctors in case illness was not cured or they were not satisfi ed with the treatment given by the fi rst health care provider. Conclusions: The present study reveals that most of the agricultural workers depended on government doctor for their illness. In order to overcome the situation, special health check-up camps need to be conducted with emphasis on improvement of health.