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Dwight G. Aakre

Extension Service Farm Management Specialist

North Dakota State University

HQ Phone:  (701) 231-8011

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North Dakota State University

P.O. Box 6050

Fargo, North Dakota,58108

United States

Company Description

NDSU, Fargo, North Dakota, USA, is notably listed among the top 108 U.S. public and private universities in the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education's category of "Research Universities/Very High Research Activity. NDSU is listed in the top 100 research uni...more

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Five questions to ask before signing a wind-energy lease | Wind Energy Impacts and Issues

nationalwindwatch.org [cached]

Despite a relatively small footprint, a wind project can significantly affect farm operations, efficiency and production, says Dwight Aakre, North Dakota State University Extension farm management specialist.
"Aerial crop spraying is often an issue," Aakre says. Vehicular accidents, fires or other mishaps can result in big losses, which may not be covered by your personal and farm-liability policies, Aakre says. Royalty leases should always include an audit provision, Aakre says, which allows access to the company's financial records "to verify the revenues produced by the wind farm." Such fears are not unfounded, Aakre says. "It's a real risk. North Dakota's relatively weak reclamation law, for example, "permits turbines to stand idle so long that the company could be long gone." Your lease should provide for the removal of the wind farm structures and roads when the project is finished and restoration of the soils, Aakre says. "I encourage landowners to take their time," says Dwight Aakre, a North Dakota State University farm management specialist. Sources: Dwight Aakre, Dean Retherford, Shannon Ferrell, Farmers Legal Action Group, Windustry


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The direct financial impact to North Dakota's farmers of prevented planted acres in 2011 is estimated at $1.1 billion, according to Dwight Aakre, North Dakota State University Extension Service farm management specialist.


www.minotdailynews.com

"Total direct losses are estimated at $36.2 million due to reduced sales of crop production as a result of inundated acres," said Dwight Aakre, North Dakota State University Extension Service farm management specialist.


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www.producer.com

In the 1980s, farmers cut production after prices dropped and put land into the government's new Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), which pays farmers to let fields sit fallow to benefit the environment, said Dwight Aakre, a farm management specialist for North Dakota State University's Extension Service, which offers advice to the public.
Aakre said plantings should shrink to help prices eventually recover. However, farmers focus on keeping their operations afloat this year, instead of tightening global supplies. "The industry needs to contract, but if the farmer contracts he makes (his) situation worse," he said.


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