1. Compensable losses shall include, but are not limited to, all of the following:
a. Loss or reduced yield of crops or forage on the pipeline right-of-way, whether
caused directly by construction or from disturbance of usual farm operations.
b. Loss or reduced yield of crops or yield from land near the pipeline right-of-way
resulting from lack of timely access to the land or other disturbance of usual farm
operations, including interference with irrigation.
c. Fertilizer, lime, or organic material applied by the landowner to restore land
disturbed by construction to full productivity.
d. Loss of or damage to trees of commercial or other value that occurs at the time
of construction, restoration, or at the time of any subsequent work by the pipeline
e. The cost of or losses in moving or relocating livestock, and the loss of gain by
or the death or injury of livestock caused by the interruption or relocation of normal
f. Erosion on lands attributable to pipeline construction.
g. Damage to farm equipment caused by striking a pipeline, debris, or other material
reasonably associated with pipeline construction while engaged in normal farming operations
as defined in section 480.1.
2. A claim for damage for future crop deficiency within the easement strip shall not
be precluded from renegotiation under section 6B.52 on the grounds that it was apparent at the time of settlement unless the settlement
expressly releases the pipeline company from claims for damage to the productivity
of the soil. The landowner shall notify the pipeline company in writing fourteen days prior to
harvest in each year to assess crop deficiency.
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