Cramer is bullish on Deere because of the big agricultural cycle playing out

Farmer Roger Hadley harvests corn from his fields in his John Deere combine in this aerial photograph taken over Woodburn, Indiana.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer is bullish on Deere after the company reported strong fiscal second-quarter results last Friday.

"Some analysts want to cycle out of it. If you go over the [Deere] conference call, you'll see that this is a cycle, and this cycle has more legs versus typical cycles," Cramer said Monday on "Squawk on the Street."

"You know these [agricultural] cycles when they get going. I'm not calling them a super cycle, but when they get going, it's very hard to stop them until there's a massive amount of planting. May be the best [agricultural] cycle ever," the "Mad Money" host said.

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