"You want to make money off the coming bird flu pandemic?" Jim Cramer asked "Mad Money" viewers Tuesday. "You got to stop thinking about drugs like Tamiflu and start thinking about livestock." We already can't eat beef because of mad cow and cholesterol, and now with bird flu, people won't be able to eat chicken either, he said. Pigs are the only animals left without some horrible disease that renders them inedible, he said, so he that's why he likes Smithfield Foods ( SFD). He called the company the "best of breed in the pork industry" and said it is very well run. But the stock has yet to move higher on bird flu, and he said it should go up soon. Plus, he said the company is going to benefit on the woes of ConAgra Foods ( CAG), which he said is the "worst-run food company in the world." After screwing up its balance sheet and cutting its dividend, ConAgra still needs cash, so it's selling off good divisions for less than what they are worth, Cramer said. Smithfield has picked up some of them already, and he believes Smithfield stock will jump the next time it buys another good ConAgra unit at a discount.