LED lighting for poultry, pig and cattle farming
HATO Agricultural Lighting has more than 45 years’ experience in providing lighting solutions for the agricultural sector. Our leading position has been built on our knowledge and expertise about how light affects animal behaviour and well-being. There are several important factors when considering livestock housing equipment, one of these is house lighting; with our strong commitment to innovation, we are constantly renewing our range of products to fulfil the needs of both the animal and the customer.
We believe that all livestock housing demands a tailor-made solution. The different dimensions and conditions of livestock housing mean that each type needs a 'custom made' approach to ensure uniform light distribution. We provide house lighting for every kind of application: our research and many years of experience have resulted in the right lamp for every category of livestock.
CORAX DDS: Uniform light distribution and less animal stress.
“Especially the guidance in advance convinced me of the fact that HATO was the best partner to achieve the desired results.”Read more
CORAX: Excellent litter and bird performance!
They chose HATO’s CORAX LED light after observing a similar eight shed (PULSA) installation on a nearby farm in the North Auckland Region.Read more
A practical guide to improved performances
To enable you to start improving performances, we proudly present our new online tool: HATO Light Academy: the Practical Guides.Read more
CASE: Save energy costs with agricultural LED lighting!
The majority of the people knows that agricultural LED lighting saves energy. How much energy costs does LED lighting actually save?Read more
Everything you need to know about light flicker!
Light flicker: an often-discussed, but relatively unclear topic. Time to change that.Read more
Articles, events & testimonials
HATO 45 YEARS!
HATO celebrates 45 years of existence. Happy animals and happy farmers: that’s what we have lived for since 1974!
Lighting and its influence on layer breeder performances.
The main goal for layer breeders is to produce a maximum number of eggs with high hatchability. Light has a major influence on this.
Mushroom Days. HATO booth: #66
The Dutch mushroom industry is renowned the world over and is one of the major players in the global mushroom market.
China Animal Husbandry Expo, also known as CAHE, is held from 18-20 May in a different Chinese city every year.