The history of Veenhuis Machines dates back to 1938, the year in which Theo Veenhuis started its smithery in Raalte, The Netherlands. The work originally consisted of traditional forging, such as hitting horses. With the introduction of the stall in the dairy farm, Veenhuis responded to the demand for new mastering systems and developed the first vacuum manure tank. Since then, Veenhuis’s yellow-colored tank has no longer been thought of in agriculture in The Netherlands and abroad.
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