Welcome to Crossbreeze Farm Icelandic Sheep
Kross Gola AKC/UKC Registered Icelandic Sheepdogs
Vera RATN won her first title in Barn Hunt
Kross Gola Kelin has been busy:
AKC Champion Kross Gola Kelinn NA NAJ NF (Calvin)
Calvin competes in agility with Co-owner Kim Langley
Elva is one year old!
Foothills Laki acheived his AKC Championship in January 2012
See more of him on the
Welcome to Crossbreeze Farm!
We specialize in raising and selling registered Icelandic Sheep. This ancient breed is known for its high quality wool, meat and milk.
Our sheep are registered with the Canadian Livestock Corp. and we participate in the Voluntary Scrapie Prevention Program
We have found Icelandic sheep to be wonderful animals for a small farm setting. They are excellent mothers, usually producing twins and raising fast growing lambs on hay or pasture without grain supplementation. They are curious, friendly and playful. We halter train all of our lambs for ease of handling. Icelandic sheep are wonderful for clearing brush. They will eat just about anything (they love poison ivy!) Some farms milk their sheep and use the milk in cheese or soap production. Their fleeces are great for hand spinning and felting art. These sheep are truly versatile!
Feel welcome to tour our site to view our Icelandics. We are certain you will enjoy them as much as we do. We believe that these beautiful creatures are a gift of God for all to enjoy.
Thanks for visiting.
Enjoy your stay at Crossbreeze!
Our Sheep are registered with the Canadian Livestock Records Corperation (CLRC) This is the registering body for Icelandic sheep in North America.
2014 National Icelandic Sheep Show
at Michigan Fiber Festival
Moriah and her ewe lamb Jonquil won Champion Icelandic Ewe!
Best in Show fleece at Michigan Fiber Festival 2014
Our lambs did very well at Michigan Fiberfest 2013!
Jason won Supreme Grand Champion Ram
Jason and Bentley won Best Pair of Icelandic Ram Lambs
Our Sheep are handled from birth and are very friendly. They are halter trained for ease of handling. (We make sure the rams are respectful of humans and not too tame.)
Above: Abby with Evangeline and Artemis
Contact us with any questions.
We love to talk about our sheep!
For more info on Icelandic Sheep,
Visit ISBONA (Icelandic Sheep Breeders' Association of North America)
Icelandic Sheep Care
Here are a few tips I have picked up from experience and other shepherds: