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Otter Tail Corporation Reports Record Revenues and Net Income From Continuing Operations for 2007; Earnings Per Share of $1.78; Board Approves Dividend Increase

food ingredient processing segment operates in a

highly competitive market and is dependent on adequate sources of raw

materials for processing. Should the supply of these raw materials be

affected by poor growing conditions, this could negatively impact the

results of operations for this segment.

-- The corporation's food ingredient processing and wind tower

manufacturing businesses could be adversely affected by changes in

foreign currency exchange rates.

-- The corporation's plastics segment is highly dependent on a limited

number of vendors for PVC resin, many of which are located in the Gulf

Coast regions, and a limited supply of resin. The loss of a key vendor

or an interruption or delay in the supply of PVC resin could result in

reduced sales or increased costs for this business. Reductions in PVC

resin prices could negatively impact PVC pipe prices, profit margins on

PVC pipe sales and the value of PVC pipe held in inventory.

-- Changes in the rates or method of third-party reimbursements for

diagnostic imaging services could result in reduced demand for those

services or create downward pricing pressure, which would decrease

revenues and earnings for the corporation's health services segment.

-- The corporation's health services businesses may not be able to retain

or comply with the dealership arrangement and other agreements with

Philips Medical.

-- A significant failure or an inability to properly bid or perform on

projects by the corporation's construction businesses could lead to

adverse financial results.

For a further discussion of other risk factors and cautionary statements, refer to reports the corporation files with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

About The Corporation: Otter Tail Corporation has interests in diversified

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