From the Series Lil’ History Chips On February 18, 1930, Elm Farm Ollie (Also known as “Nellie Jay,” “Sunnymede Ollie” and “Sky Queen.” Say, why does a cow need aliases???) made aviation history as the first cow to fly in a fixed wing airplane. Since non-fixed wing aircraft include either helicopters or autogyros, we wonder if any cows flew in those first. Just saying… Not only did Elm Farm Ollie make the first bovine flight, but she also became the first cow to be milked while flying in an airplane. (Who seriously keeps track of this stuff? The FAA, Federal Animal…
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