The history of Arienti began in 1970
with the idea of Giancarlo Arienti, later joined by his son Paolo, with the creation of systems, accessories and equipment for zootechnical well-being and systems for the industrial and commercial sector.
In the 1980s
, after observing how “sick” the cows were in the summer and after an in-depth course on air conditioning, the idea of developing systems to cool the air in the cowsheds using fans with added water was born.
The study of cooling and microclimate in dairy cattle farms continued with an in-depth study carried out together with the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Faculty of Agriculture) of Piacenza, a study and report presented at the Cremona Fair congress centre on 24 September 1998.
Paolo Arienti presented the first BIG FAN introduced in Italian dairy cattle farms.
, a collaboration with Dr. Israel Flamenbaum gave rise to the Elements Program.
To date, the Elements Program implemented by Arienti has proven to be one of the most revealing and cost-effective systems for Italian and foreign ruminant herds.