Helen likes to receive guests. We will go into the area of goats inside if there is a bad weather and I'll tell you about the history of Icelandic goats how they were transported to Iceland and how they were used. Also, I will allow you to touch them give food and help with the work . If people also want to take selfie with the babygoat if they goat are ready .Goat inspection can take from 30 min to 60 min or as people want
Helena and Stefan is one of the farmers working towards protecting and maintaining the goat stock in Iceland ,they also run a Skalatjorn Guesthouse on there farm 23 bed .The Icelandic goat is an endangered species Visitors receive a warm welcome from the goats, which are very people-friendly. The goat farm is open for visitors The Icelandic goat, also known as the ‘settlement goat’, is an ancient breed of domestic goat believed to be of Norwegian origin and dating back to the settlement of Iceland over 1100 years ago. This breed of goat was on the verge of extinction during the late 19th century, but recovered prior to World War II, only to precipitously decline again. As of 2003, there were 348 goats in 48 flocks distributed throughout most parts of Iceland At the end of 2018, the herd had increased to 1100. Instagram Icelandicgoats
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We will go into the goat House if it is winter also in the summer, they go inside the house if it rains a lot but outside at home in good weather.
The Icelandic Goat come and visit them