Charley Sprenger, B.E., M.Sc., is presenting at the World Mycotoxin Forum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, March 13. The World Mycotoxin Forum is the leading international meeting series on mycotoxins where food and feed industry representatives meet with people from universities and governments from around the world.
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In response to concerns raised by producers, Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) is taking steps to ensure precision agriculture technology can be used to its fullest advantage regardless of the make or age of machinery.
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PAMI is piloting a low-cost ROPS safety project. Here’s how it works:
1. PAMI provides you engineered drawings
2. You build the ROPS according to the specifications
3. PAMI tests the ROPS on our state-of-the-art equipment
4. If it passes, you build another ROPS to install on your tractor
Here’s what you get:
1. Money for materials
2. Money for some labour costs
3. Engineered-approved ROPS installed on your tractor
4. A safer tractor that protects you in case of roll-over
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David Yee, Vice President, is set to present at the CropConnect Conference in Winnipeg, MB, February 14, where he will deliver ‘Star Wars and Star Trek: How precision ag may land in the farm of the future’. Yee will share his insights on emerging machinery-based technologies and the implications they may have for farmers. Learn more here.
PAMI is proud to be a Gold Sponsor at CropConnect. Stop by booth 81 for the latest research results on harvesting soybeans, water management, straight-cutting canola, and more.
“Technology like GPS, sensors and telemetry can make farming efficient and precise, but only if that technology is integrated.”
Hear more from David Yee, PAMI Vice President, at the KAP Annual Meeting in Winnipeg, Mb. on Thursday, January 25, where he is presenting ‘Looking Ahead in Ag Tech’.
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Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) agricultural machinery experts are at the Crop Production Show in Saskatoon, SK January 8 to 11. Media interviews available upon request. Click here for the Media Advisory
As the tonnage, and value, of pulse crops grows, so does the need for better information to help producers protect their investment when the grain is in the bin. It is a knowledge gap Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) is working to fill with a two-year study into the management of stored pulses.
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PAMI Reports Fall / Winter 2017 edition is here! To request a printed copy, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The National Research Council’s (NRC) Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) promotes the development, adaption and/or adoption of technology by innovative Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). PAMI has established an agreement with IRAP to help Canadian SMEs access scientific, technical and business advice, and short-term technical services in support of advancing research and development activities. Under this agreement, SMEs may access up to $7,500 in funding to assist in product and process development activities, and product commercialization efforts. This will help SMEs streamline product development, expand innovation capacities, and enhance their ability to compete locally, nationally, and globally. SME’s may be eligible for the project if they are incorporated, for profit, have less than 500 employees, and are located in Canada. Click here to learn more.
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Visit us at the AMC Convention and Trade Show November 29 to December 1 in Saskatoon, Sk. PAMI & WESTEST representatives will be on-hand to answer all your machinery-related questions.
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