bullpen facts

(BS) - Brown Swiss (BB) - Baseball

“1980 - 1989”

1980
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Dairy Shrine - Construction for a new permanent home began in 1980 in Fort Atkinson, WI, near the Hoard Historical Museum. Those participating in the 2005 convention tours this year had a first-hand opportunity to view this fine museum which depicts the history of the dairy industry by recognizing breeders, animals, industry personnel, and dairy artifacts. A truly unique adventure of dairy history.
1980
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Century Acres Liz C, owned by William J. Faskell, New London, WI, becomes Milk & Fat Champion with a record of: 5-4 365d 2X 37846m 4.4% 1667f.
1982
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The Association began using linear type traits as part of the official type clasification program and the breakdown traits were reduced from 8 to 4.
1982
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The Iowa Brown Swiss Association initiated what has become a superb program to generate funds for youth programs when they hosted the National Convention. The “Fun Auction” has generated over $200,000 over the last 24 years for Brown Swiss youth programs.
9-11-1985
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Pete Rose surpasses Ty Cobb as the all-time leading hitter by getting his 4,193rd hit. He completed his career with 4,256 hits.
4-29-1986
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Red Sox Pitcher Roger Clemens breaks a long-standing major league record when he strikes out 20 Mariners in a 3-1 win.
1988
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Lyndale Convincer Elaine, owned by Roland &/or Twyla Hellbusch, Humphrey, Nebraska, becomes Grand and Supreme Champion at World Dairy Expo. She was also unanimous All American 4 Year Old. Elaine duplicated this feat of Grand and Supreme Champion in 1989.
1988
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Chicago Cub’s Wrigley Field becomes the last major league park to install lights.