Mixer wagons and telehandlers


Faresin Industries, headquartered in Breganze (VI), designs, manufactures and markets mixer wagons and ration analysis instruments for the livestock sector and telescopic handlers for agricultural and industrial use.
The company, founded in 1973 by current President Sante Faresin, combines the tradition of a solid family leadership with the dynamism of an international group with a global presence thanks to a widespread network of subsidiaries, distributors and dealers.

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Mixer wagons

The range of self-propelled, trailed or stationary mixer wagons offers one-, two- or three-auger models with vertical or horizontal mixing with capacities from 5 to 46 cubic meters.

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Faresin's range of telehandlers offers models with boom lengths from 6 to 17 meters with lifting capacities from 2.6 to 7 tons.

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Faresin FULL ELECTRIC is a line-up launched in 2018 that includes fully electric mixer wagons and telehandlers.




FS Series Middle lands in Turkey

The new FS Middle series of telehandlers was officially introduced to the Turkish market on May 22. For the occasion, the presentation before a large representation of local politicians and administrators and ad mayor of the city of Nevşehir, in the heart of Cappadocia.

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Maccarese has been using Faresin machines for about a decade, and over the years the Vicenza-based company has consistently demonstrated "exceptional responsiveness in correcting errors on the machine. This was most important for us. Considering the significant size of our farm, we put a lot of stress on the machines. It is not usual for a company to respond promptly to a solicitation and to correct the course based on the customer's input by making improvements.
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The mixer wagon we are working with today is certainly a much more advanced machine than the others: it is complete and allows us to manage a herd at a high level. The evolution in efficiency and reliability is evident."
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The wagon works 5-7 hours a day, during which it makes 8-10 rounds of loading and administration. A significant amount of work that the machine accomplishes with agility, in spite of its size and handled volume, highlighting great maneuverability. But the aspect that has pleased us most to date is the level of homogeneity of the unifeed that is achieved.
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We are pleased with the change: the vertical augers in fact produce a softer and more homogeneous mixture. And when the unifeed is homogeneous then we as breeders are more sure that the cow ingests it all, without selection, so that the ration actually taken by the animal turns out to be very close to the theoretical ration we want.
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The fact that the wagon is equipped with a high-performance shredder means that hay that has already been cut, 3-4 cm, cut precisely by the shredder, can be fed into the tub. In this way, the auger, which makes 10 revolutions per minute, can limit itself only to mixing. This fact reduces the working time of the wagon and also the speed of the augers, two situations that lead to another important consequence: diesel fuel consumption is reduced.
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Since we replaced the old wagon with the Leader PF, we have increased production per head by almost 2 liters, without any other intervention, in just two weeks. On a farm like ours, with more than 1.000 animals in total, we cannot accept any exceptions on the feeding front, and the quality of the mixture is the trump card. But most of all, we want reliability because there is no way for the wagon to sit idle, and having a partner like Faresin means being assured of timely assistance when needed.

ERAMIX - Electric and Robot driven mixing technologies for the future sustainable agriculture

Nella proposta progettuale il team R&D Faresin sarà impegnato in attività di ricerca industriale e sviluppo sperimentale. Le stesse saranno portate a termine mediante l’apporto intellettuale di tecnici interni all’azienda, avvalendosi del supporto di specialisti esterni, tra gli altri: Service Group R&D, dell’Università degli studi di Padova. Il progetto è stato sostenuto dal Ministero delle Imprese e del Made in Italy attraverso la concessione di un contributo diretto alla spesa pari a 1.960.732 € e di un finanziamento a tasso agevolato pari a 1.386.222 €.

Puntualmente, le finalità di progetto si riassumono nei seguenti punti:

• massimizzazione del benessere dell’animale: precision feeding, benessere dell’ambiente stalla;
• elettrificazione dei sistemi di propulsione per carri miscelatori;
• farm del futuro:
• sviluppo della guida autonoma per i carri di miscelazione
• sviluppo di un MES per la gestione del processo: precision farming
• implementazione del calcolo della carbon footprint di processo in real-time analizzata in tempo reale e riferita al litro di latte prodotto

Le attività prevedranno tutti gli step necessari alla realizzazione di una nuova gamma di prodotto: dalla fattibilità, alla progettazione, alla realizzazione e test, una pluralità di work packages sono volti alla realizzazione e validazione di prototipi di carro miscelatore, full electric, anche con guida autonoma e con features digitali che porteranno alla rivoluzione delle attuali pratiche operative del settore di riferimento.

Infine, il progetto rispetta il principio DNSH (“Do No Significant Harm”), di cui all’articolo 17 del regolamento (UE) 2020/852 del Parlamento europeo e del Consiglio, del 18 giugno 2020. La quantificazione dell’impatto ambientale associato alle soluzioni sviluppate nel corso del progetto agevolato viene condotta facendo ricorso a strumenti di LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) grazie alla collaborazione con la società Service Group R&D.