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We are at the very beginnings of a Commodity Super Boom lasting more than a decade with run away inflation firing it's rockets. Just two weeks ago a grain analyst called for $18-19 bushels of corn, $30 bushels of soybeans, and $42-48 bushels of wheat. That would indicate a 300-400% increase in food prices. Is it possible? Are we really on a brink of a massive wave higher in food prices? What does that mean for farmers?