Automation solutions for livestock houses

Fancom is leading in helping poultry and pig producers improve processes in livestock houses. See below what we can do for you.

iFarming - because you deserve better!

Fancom is leading in helping poultry and pig producers improve processes in livestock houses. Thanks to smart climate, feeding and biometric systems, sensors and control computers, we improve your operating results and the living conditions of your livestock. See our solutions for livestock houses and products or download our white papers with more interesting information.

iFarming is our comprehensive house system. The most powerful and reliable smart farming system on the market and already used worldwide. Read more about the possibilities and the returns we can offer you with iFarming here.

With more than 200 distributors, dealers and partners, Fancom has a global presence.

Are you a pig producer,
do you farm layers
or do you produce mushrooms?

Then iFarming is your guarantee 
for higher returns 
for lower costs.

Contact us here for more information

News

  • 20.02.2020 Luc Rooijakkers new area sales manager

    With effect from 1 January 2020, Luc Rooijakkers was appointed as Area Sales Manager for our clients in the Middle East. His first introduction to our sector is his parent's breeder broiler farm, wher... Read more

    Luc Rooijakkers advices farmer
  • 18.02.2020 Venky's group sets an example in the Indian poultry industry

    With its new breeder-broiler farm, the Venky's Group is building an example poultry house in which optimum animal performance is combined with a particularly low energy consumption. The project compri... Read more

    Venky's - I-fan 52"
  • 28.01.2020 Cool houses in hot climates

    From 9-11 March 2020, the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center will be opening its doors for the third edition of VIV MEA. Fancom is also attending this trade fair for the Middle East and Africa regio... Read more

    Farm in hot climate
  • 28.01.2020 Energy savings of 85% feasible with Fancom's I-fan 52" Xtra

    Fancom offers a range of fans that are supremely energy efficient. The star performer currently is our extra large I-fan 52". The fan combines a high air output with exceptionally low energy consumpti... Read more

    I-Fan 52 - India
  • 28.01.2020 A great climate for growth for 23.000 piglets

    In Villanuova, Italy, our partner Evoteck constructed a new piglet farm that houses over 23,000 piglets. The exceptionally long house of 300 metres is divided into 55 sections, each holding 420 piglet... Read more

  • 14.11.2019 New heat exchange control in the Lumina 38H climate computer

    Fancom is introducing a completely renewed heat exchange control in the Lumina 38H poultry computer. The Lumina 38H is a special version of the Fancom poultry computer in which the heat exchanger cont... Read more

    Heat exchanger outside
  • 28.10.2019 More ease of operation for Lumina 21 climate computer

    The Lumina 21 climate computer for pig houses now offers even more ease of use. The advanced climate computer has been expanded with a number of clear operating screens that give users an improved ove... Read more

    Lumina 21 in Korea
  • 09.10.2019 Ensure an optimum start for your young broilers with the new MicroControl

    The Fancom Lumina poultry computer has a completely new MicroControl feature that gives the animals a good start by further optimising the minimum ventilation. Accurate minimum ventilation is crucial ... Read more

    MicroControl logo
  • 09.10.2019 Optisec control in Fancom computers reduces heating costs

    Now autumn has begun and outside temperatures are rapidly falling, it is a good moment to critically examine the ventilation settings. To avoid unnecessarily extracting heat from the house by ventilat... Read more

    Heating poultry farm
  • 11.09.2019 Fancom at OVUM 2019 in Peru - Poultry Congress

    From 9 – 11 October, Fancom will attend OVUM 2019, the XXVI Latin American Poultry Congress in Peru, where it will show our Lumina control program, which contributes to Fancom’s aim to improve operati... Read more

    Visit us at OVUM 2019

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Projects

Accurate minimum ventilation in new broiler house in Belgium

Accurate minimum ventilation in new broiler house in Belgium

In Westerlo, Belgium, our partner VSI has built a new broiler house for their customer Mattheussen-Boulliard. The house is equipped with the MTT ventilation system which ensures a gradual transition from minimum to maximum ventilation for undisturbed growth of the chicks.

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Free range poultry house full of innovations with Lumina 38 climate controller

Free range poultry house full of innovations with Lumina 38 climate controller

Since 2011 Hanneke and Sjef de Baar have been working on building a new poultry house in Den Bommel. This poultry house for free range hens is full of innovations such as the Lumina 38. The daily operation of the equipment in the poultry house is done automatically by the Lumina 38, leaving the de Baar family to concentrate on their hens instead of the technology.

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Fancoms integrated system allows us to be more efficient

Fancoms integrated system allows us to be more efficient

Robbie Hemming finds the quality of equipment very important: “When choosing the equipment for the poultry house we look at liability, back up and ease of use. That’s why we wend with the Fancom complete control system with F38, F42 ad 747 bird weigher. This allows us to be more efficient and recognize an issue before it becomes a problem.”

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Lumina 38 gives the birds the climate they desire

Lumina 38 gives the birds the climate they desire

"The equipment we decided on installing was chosen for its reliability and to meet the demands of modern day poultry farming which we monitor 24 hours a day with a mobile device". Poultry farmer Heather Edwards tells why she and her husband opted Fancom for their poultry farm in Shropshire.

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Project overview

Fancom.  
Forward thinking in
sustainable livestock houses.

Fancom.
Forward thinking in
sustainable livestock houses.