Anyone know who was the company out of Sask that sued PAMI
I know there was more than once a difference of opinion between PAMI and a manufacturer, but they always gave the manufacturer the ability to have their opinion stated on the report as well. For example one that comes to mind was for the Verstaile 2000 combine. It got tested in some incredibly dry barley that had a lot of straw which led to a higher MOG ratio than normal, which in turn severely reduced capacity to keep losses down. While Versatile did not agree with PAMI's findings, they were still given the chance to have their say and the reasons they stated in the report why they didn't agree.
It will be good to have someone pick up the ball where PAMI left off, for sure, can't say how many times I've looked at those reports for different machines. Used to have a subscription, have hundreds of them that I never look at now because its quicker to read them online