A regulation is in the making at the Icelandic Ministry of Agriculture to ban the use of genetically modified feed for sheep.
A reindeer cow unexpectedly joined a herd of sheep that was being rounded up from the mountains in Mývatnssveit district in North Iceland Friday night.
For the first time in the thirteen year history of the Icelandic National Championship in Ram Groping, a woman has won the contest.
Yesterday, farmers and rescue workers from Grýtubakkahreppur district, North Iceland, picked up 16 sheep by boat from an uninhabited inlet on the east side of Eyjafjörður fjord.
Thick neck, handsome head, and broad shoulders, full of flesh; those are qualities which make you eligible in Iceland.
The Icelandic film Rams (Hrútar), directed by Grímur Hákonarson, won yet another award Monday, when chosen “Best narrative feature film” at the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) in East Hampton, New York.
Sheep, primarily ewes and their lambs, have died in great numbers this past lambing-season. The cause has yet to be determined, and farms all around Iceland appear to be affected.