Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI)

Background:

Rollovers of tractors without ROPS remains a leading cause of accidental death on the farm. PAMI (Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute) is working on a research project to change that. The goal is to provide fabrication drawings to allow farmers to build their own certified ROPS for their older tractors that do not have a ROPS. The estimated material cost would be ~$250.

To help identify which tractor models need ROPS, PAMI is seeking information on tractors models in use across Canada. If you have an operation tractor on your farm or acreage, consider completing the following survey. 

Visit www.agrivita.ca for more information about the project.

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* 1. Do you have an older tractor without a ROPS? If No, skip to Question #4. 

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* 2. Would you be interested in being able to build your own certified ROPS for your tractor for as little as $250?

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* 3. What is the make and model of your tractor? (e.g. MF135, Ford 8N, Case 630, etc).

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* 4. Province

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* 5. Optional: Name and Address

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Contact Jim Wassermann, Project Lead: 306-231-7987
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