Why Chicken is the new commodity

It's that time again! The Lightning Round bell has rung, and Jim Cramer gives his take on a few favorite audience stocks:

Tyson Foods: "It's had a big run, people feel like that the easy comparisons are now over because in the end it is a commodity. I hate to call a chicken a commodity, but that's what it is. Don't buy."

Celgene Corporation: "Celgene is going lower, because the group is going lower. There's a big rotation out of the biotech and into names like Eaton. That's what happens periodically...let Celgene come down another 5 percent and then pull the trigger."

C R Bard Inc: "It's a terrific stock. The only one I like more than that is Edwards Lifesciences, I think it's got better numbers."

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Micron Technology: "I think Micron is part of a whole cohort of tech stocks that nobody wants right now. I think the stock could work its way back to $30-31 but I think you have to then cut your losses. I just don't see the big upside coming from that stock anymore. If you want a tech stock, I prefer Facebook or Google."

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: "It is sensational, the management is good and I also like what Mark Fields is doing...We will hear from GM, and they have a habit of screwing up the quarter. That's a bummer, but the business is good."

Air Products & Chemicals: "I think it's a sensational situation, and it is going higher. It's really well run, much better than it used to be."

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