Rancher Deal With the Possible Coming Pipeline

Rancher John Harter (driving the area on his land near Winner, S.D., where the pipeline would go) recently lost his eminent domain case. The route of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline involves some ranchers who have made deals for the pipeline to cross their property and others who have resisted. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post)

Rancher John Harter (driving the area on his land near Winner, S.D., where the pipeline would go) recently lost his eminent domain case. The route of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline involves some ranchers who have made deals for the pipeline to cross their property and others who have resisted. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post)

WINNER, SOUTH DAKOTA – JULY 17:
Rancher John Harter (driving the area on his land where the pipeline would go) recently lost his eminent domain case.The route of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline involves some ranchers who have made deals for the pipeline to cross their property and others who have hesitated. Still others will have no choice as they have lost their eminent domain cases.(Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post