Canadian Livestock Records Corp.
Icelandic Sheep are registered through the Canadian Sheep Breeders
Association and records are kept through the CLRC.  You can look up
registered sheep or find out how to register your own through their website at
www.clrc.com

Icelandic Sheep Breeders of North America
The Icelandic Sheep Breeders of North America is a friendly group of breeders
interested in preserving this beautiful and ancient pure breed.  To join or to look
up a breeder, please visit their web site at
www.isbona.com

Veterinary Supplies:
Several of the supplies and supplements referenced on this site can be found
here:
www.pipevet.com
www.pbsanimalhealth.com

Scrapie Program
In order to purchase sheep that were conceived through artificial insemination,
or to utilize artificial insemination in your own flock, it is required that you join the
Scrapie Flock Certification Program in your state.  Joining is easy!  Our flock ID
is WA78.  Please contact your local USDA office for more information.  Or visit
www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/nahps/scrapie/

Sheep Books to keep on hand:
Laura Lawson's books on "Managing your Ewe," and "Lamb Problems."
"Raising Sheep the Modern Way," or "Storey's Guide to Raising Sheep"
"Natural Sheep Care" by Pat Coleby.
These and many more books can be found through amazon.com by clicking on
the link to the left.

Where can I buy Icelandic Sheep?
We no longer sell Icelandic Sheep.  We have a small flock that we use
specifically for their wonderful wool.  You can find a breeder in your area by
searching on the Icelandic Sheep Breeders of North America web site at:
www.isbona.com

Here are a few breeders from whom I have purchased sheep:  
www.lavenderfleece.com and
www.hawksmountainranch.com
Sven as a baby
photo by Yvonne McDonnald
Icelandic Sheep