Tag Archives: Cows

November 14, 1856

On November 14, 1856, American inventor Gail Borden was issued a patent for the technology related to his invention of condensed milk. He said the hardest part was shrinking the cows down to the correct size because it was a … Continue reading

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August 15, 1960

On August 15, 1960, it was reported that a UFO was sighted by two California highway patrolmen searching for a speeding motorcyclist. Patrolmen Stanley Scott and Charles Carson claimed that it was a large red glowing football shaped object. It … Continue reading

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January 20, 1998

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1998, American scientist announced that they had cloned two calves, named George and Charlie, under a new, more efficient technique that could allow for the possibility creating a cow that could produce different types … Continue reading

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August 10

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com 1859 – In Boston, MA the first milk inspectors were appointed. Six months later, James Standwich petitioned the Boston City Council and was appointed the city’s first and official ‘Teet’ Inspector. Within a week 176 … Continue reading

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February 18, 1930

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1930 Elm Farm’s Ollie became the first cow to fly in an airplane. Elm Farm’s Ollie also became the first cow to defecate in an airplane. Elm Farm’s Ollie’s cow poop became the first … Continue reading

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January 11, 1878

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1878, in New York City, milk was delivered in glass bottles for the first time by Alexander Campbell, effectively putting an end to the practice of milk farmers having to walk their cows up … Continue reading

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