Home of the Ice'd Icelandics and Frosted Angoras

We are the Wallaces, living in the heart of the Ozarks in central Missouri, 15 miles north of the Arkansas border.Diana

 

We raise wonderfully beautiful Icelandic Sheep and Angora Goats on our small farm.

 

We also have chickens, turkeys, ducks, guineas, guardian dogs and our faithful Border Collie.

 

We are updating this site daily right now, so enjoy . . . and come back often!

Jerry & Diana Wallace

 

 

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Our Farm - Dedication

Farm Life

Our farm is named for our son Samuel. Sam left us in 2004 after spending 26 years here in our midst. He was rambunctious and forever funny: he joked and clowned around through most of his life. Sam always lived every day to the fullest and wanted the same for his family.

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Memberships & Affiliations

 

CLRC - Canadian Livestock Records Corporation All our livestock is registered through CLRC, the only one on the continent.

ISBONA - Icelandic Sheep Breeders of North America

VFSCP - Volunteer Federal Scrapie Certification Program since August 2005 - Certification #M05690 - Closed Flock

Top of the Ozarks Graziers Group

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Jerry & Diana Wallace
RR 1 Box 1070-1
Alton MO 65606
417-217-2222

info@ozarkicelandicsheep.com

Blog: Repairing a Riparian Farm"

 

Ice'd Icelandics

Sheep

The two summers of 2007 and 2008 taught us quite a bit about Icelandics and their survival here in Missouri. Our goals for breeding have come from these tough lessons.

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