Icelandic Sheep

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       Icelandic Sheep are descended directly from the sheep brought to Iceland by Viking settlers, in the early ninth and tenth century.   Icelandic sheep are genetically identical to the original breeding stock from over 1100 years ago.  They are probably the oldest breed and have the purest line of all modern domestic sheep worldwide.  Our pasture raised sheep all are sourced from the most reputable breeders, and we enjoy their character, personality, and attractive horns.  Meet the Sheep!

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Our Sheep
Our ram is named Argyle.
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This is Rue, an Ewe

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Aviv, an ewe lamb with her mother, Blossom

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Please contact us if you are interested in lambs. 

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Dusty and Coal (Ram Twins)

with their mother Lily