17/04/2013 - We have learned that the world-famous pigeon fancier Louis Janssen from Arendonk (Belgium) has passed away. Louis died this morning (16 April) at the age of 100. He would have turned 101 on 5 August 2013.
31/12/2012 - At the end of every year we publish an overview of the most read articles (including the translations) on our website. For 2012 we split the list in two: yesterday we published number ten to six, today we present you with the top five.
19/10/2012 - They have one of the most renowned Janssen brother families! We had already discussed the Bono dynasty, which their Olympiad Pigeon Danica belongs to. In this article we discuss the great qualities of the Janssen pigeons in Puttershoek, who had another impressive season in 2012.
03/05/2012 - Now that the total auction of the last Janssen birds is coming up, PIPA asked Hans Eijerkamp to testify about his experience with the input of Janssen pigeons. In the 1960s, Hans Eijerkamp visited the Janssen Brothers for the first time. In this short movie, he tells us about that visit, his experience with the Janssen birds as a pigeon fancier and his personal experience with the Janssen Brothers.
26/04/2012 - Arendonk, a little village in the Belgium province of De Kempen, became famous for thousands of pigeon fanciers around the world. And perhaps the name Arendonk is stillknown by a few cyclist fans that remember the name of Rik van Steenbergen, a threetime world champion cyclist much admired by the Janssen Brothers.
05/04/2012 - The number of fanciers who owe much of their success to the direct pigeons of the Janssen brothers, is almost overwhelming! It is almost impossible to find them all. Maybe, you were one of them?
17/11/2010 - When award winning documentary filmmakers Craig and Jarrod Boord embarked on an ambitious project to capture the passion and dedication of pigeon fanciers across the globe, they knew they needed to interview the best of the best.
31/01/2010 - It is not our intention to write again about this famous loft. The Janssen Brothers do not need any further advertisement—their publicity is well taken care of by their great feathered champions, both here and abroad.