Giovanni Molon, the firm`s founder, began his work as blacksmith and he also attended to the agricultural machine repairing. Fortified by the experience he had been acquiring, he decided to manufacture hay machines by himself and in 1952 he produced the first HAY RAKES drawn by animals. Molon has been present in the field of agricultural machine manufacture for many years. The acquired experience and the continuous research for innovations to satisfy every customers` requirement are the main peculiarities of our work. Afterwards HAY TURNERS AND SPREADERS appeared and through the years they have met with the customers` approval mostly thanks to their original applications to motor mowers in mountainous areas. To fulfil the particular demands coming from some agricultural and zootechnical fields, SWEEPERS has been produced with analogous structure to the side-delivery hay rakes: they have been employed in cleaning or harvesting hazelnuts, olives, etc.
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In 1936 Giovanni Molon, the firm's founder, began his work as blacksmith and he also attended to the agricultural machine repairing.
Fortified by the experience he had been acquiring, he decided to manufacture hay machines by himself and in 1952 he produced the first HAY RAKES drawn by animals. Year after year new models followed one another.
In 1961 the HAY FORK TURNERS were produced, but still for animal drawing. With the improvement of agricultural mechanization the machines were modified and adapted to mechanical haulage. So in 1967 the first SIDE-DELIVERY BELT HAY RAKES turned out and were first applied to motor mowers and then to tractors.
The development and increase in production had led to strong space requirements and consequently the works building has been enlarged up to the current size of about 3.000 m2 covered surface. For a long time Enio and Bruno Molon, Giovanni's two sons, collaborated with their father in running the business and now they are the owners of the firm.