I was exploring asset class for next bubble. Read Jim Rogers outlook on agr. Then looked at the charts. While some crops had recent run ups (and now dropped), all of the crops are relatively unchanged in value for the last 20-30 years. Some have tripled from their recent lows (and then dropped). Still, this is not much if one takes a longer term view. Following is the case for a multi-year bull: 1) the asset class is beat up, totally ignored, not sexy in the view of public, totally under mainstream radar 2) way below the highs in 1970s (inflation adjusted) 3) can be good inflation hedge 4) may have fundamental supply/demand shift due to var reasons (many to list) So how good is this case? On #4 I know the least. How is biz for the farmers? Any bits of wisdom would be appreciated!