International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR)
Comité international pour le contrôle des performances en élevage
Internationales Komitee für Leistungsprüfungen in der Tierproduktion
1951-07-15 The Hague Netherlands
15 Jul 1951, The Hague (Netherlands), as European Committee on Milk-Butterfat Recording -- Comité européen de contrôle laitier-beurrier, on the basis of 'European Agreement on the Standardization of Milk-Butterfat Recording Practices', signed 9 Mar 1951, Rome (Italy). Subsequently referred to as International Committee for Recording the Productivity of Milk Animals (ICRPMA) -- Comité international pour le contrôle de la productivité laitière du bétail (CICPLB) -- Internationales Komitee zur Ermittlung der Wirtschaftlichkeit von Milchtieren (IKEWM) -- Comité Internacional para el Control de la Producción Lechera del Ganado. Current name adopted 1992. Current constitution adopted 16 May 2000, Rome. Registered in accordance with French law.
Develop and improve identification, performance recording and genetic evaluation of farm animals, through definitions and standards for measuring animal characteristics having economic importance.
Events2021-06-07 | Toledo, Spain – Conference
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General Assembly (annual). Board of 3 to 11 members. Executive Board, comprising President, 1 or 2 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and Secretary. Bureau. Meetings closed. Sub-Committees; Working Groups; Task Forces.
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