Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture

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The Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture, usually known as the Entente Européenne or simply EE, is a European organisation of breeders of poultry, pigeons, rabbits, guinea-pigs and cage-birds. It was founded in Brussels on 18 June 1938 as the Entente des Commissions Internationales; the founding members were from Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.[1] It is now based in Luxembourg. It represents some 2.5 million members from 31 countries. It sometimes uses an alternative name:

  • French: Association Européenne pour l'Elevage de Volailles, de Pigeons, d'Oiseaux, de Lapins et de Cobayes
  • German: Europäischer Verband für Geflügel-, Tauben-, Vogel-, Kaninchen- und Caviazucht
  • European Association of Poultry, Pigeon, Cage Bird, Rabbit and Cavy Breeders.[2][3]
Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture
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AbbreviationEE
Formation18 June 1938 (1938-06-18)
TypeInternational association
PurposeAssociation for breeders of poultry, pigeons, cage birds, rabbits and guinea-pigs
HeadquartersBerchem, Luxembourg
Region served
Europe
Membership
2.5 million
Websiteentente-ee.com
Formerly called
Entente des Commissions Internationales

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 75 Jahre EE – Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture (in German). Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture. Archived 15 February 2015.
  2. ^ [s.n.] (2015). EE-Documentation. Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture. Accessed April 2018.
  3. ^ Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture. European Association of Poultry, Pigeon, Cage Bird, Rabbit and Cavy Breeders. Accessed April 2018