WDW - 20th Anniversary

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WDW - 20th Anniversary

I recently starting reading some of the articles on the site Yesterland.com. They posted one last summer on WDW's 20th anniversary. Did anyone see Minnie Moo while she was at WDW?

http://www.yesterland.com/20surprises.html

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JoAnn C wrote:
I recently starting reading some of the articles on the site Yesterland.com. They posted one last summer on WDW's 20th anniversary. Did anyone see Minnie Moo while she was at WDW?

http://www.yesterland.com/20surprises.html

I could be wrong, (Heaven knows I have been before) but I was under the impression that Minnie MOO was "based" in DisneyLand and not WDW, can anybody tell us for sure?

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According this, there were two Minnie Moos.

"Minnie Moo: A farmer in Minnesota sold a Guernsey cow with a "Perfect Mickey" on her side to Walt Disney World in 1990. Guests could visit Minnie Moo in Grandma Duck's Barnyard at the Magic Kingdom. (There was a different Minnie Moo at Disneyland.)"

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^^^ Thank You JoAnn.

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Yep. Saw Minnie Moo on my first ever visit to WDW. She was beautiful - and a Holstein (black and white).
She was in the back at Grandma Duck's Farm. Toontown Fair took the space?
She eventually went out to Ft Wilderness?
Think that is right.

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Ollie wrote:
She eventually went out to Ft Wilderness?
Think that is right.

I had to dig around a little. Yes, she went to Ft. Wilderness. She died at the age of 15 in 2001.

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