Since its foundation Cascina Veneria has had many different owners.
Cascina Veneria started to be used as a rice mill thanks to the Cistercensi monks, who, in 1400, carried out a slow operazione di bonifica around the area.
Notable owners of the Cascina Veneria were the “Ordine degli Umiliati di Santo Stefano di Vercelli” that run it from 1209 until their dissolution in 1571. After them, Cascina Veneria had several different owners, including Counts Tosetti and Duchen, during the French domain in Piemonte.
But it was in 1937 when Veneria was acquired by the IFI, Istituto Finanziario Industriale, chaired by Senator Giovanni Agnelli, that it really began to be a model for the surrounding territory and even around Italy. Thanks to the Architectural changes and new work organization Cascina Veneria really stood out as a new reality in the rice industry. So much so that in 1949 it was choosen by Giuseppe De Santis to shoot different sequences for his film Riso Amaro.
In the seventies, the property was detected by S.A.I., Società Assicurativa Industriale. Its first director was Gianpiero Boniperti, the famous Juventus football player.
In December 2010, Cascina Veneria was acquired by the current owners: the Bertoldo family. The family, originally from Novara, has been involved in the cultivation of Risone for over 50 years, and has decided to expand their activity to the transformation aspect as well, in order to verticalize and continue the incredible job that they have been doing for so many years.