Soapweed wrote:If wind turbines were efficient and could stand on their own two feet (or one foot in this case) as far as being a profitable enterprise, it would be different. They are highly subsidized, and anyone acquiring revenue from them is in essence only farming the government. As a somewhat hard-working American taxpayer, desiring to get the most bang for my tax buck, I resent this.
I agree with you on this. I dang sure wouldn't want them either but at a land sale it only takes two guys. Unless all the ground sold around there is going to investors and not cattlemen the value I say isn't going to change any. One thing I wonder and never found an answer is what happens to these if they are no longer profitable? They would surely need to be maintained to keep a light going on the top???????