NEWS
Ag Bulls Still on the Run
Elizabeth Williams DTN Special Correspondent
Sat Jan 19, 2013 03:49 PM CST

DES MOINES (DTN) -- Farmland prices and grain incomes might have already topped the Roaring 1970s during the past two years, but the bull market in agriculture is far from peaking, said international investor and author Jim Rogers. The oft-quoted Wall Street guru was in Des Moines speaking to a group of more than 500 farmers and investors attending the annual Land Expo.

"Nothing goes straight up and bull markets don't last forever, but I think we are 20 or 30 years away from the bull market being over in agriculture," said Rogers.

Perhaps the world's most famous commodity booster, ...

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