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Iceland Road Guide

Your key to Iceland in one handy volume. Iceland's entire road system, including the highlands and all mountain roads, plus its geography, culture and history. Easy to use for travel in either direction.

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Cattle

The Icelandic breed of cattle is smaller than cattle in neighbouring countries. It is a hardy and fertile type of cow and produces a great deal of milk. The number of dairy farmers is gradually declining as the productivity of individual farmers increases. There are currently about 1,100 milk farmers in the country. Most milk production and cattle breeding is conducted in the south, west and north-central areas of the country, near the major urban centres.

Light red
Fig.: Light red
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Red
Fig.: Red
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Red pied, light
Fig.: Red pied, light
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Black
Fig.:Black
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Black pied
Fig.: Black pied
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Red with white face
Fig.: Red with white face
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Red with white face markings
Fig.: Red with white face markings
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Black, with inguinal region
Fig.: Black, with inguinal region
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Black pied, extensive white
Fig.: Black pied, extensive white
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Brindle pied
Fig.: Brindle pied
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Grey, blue roan
Fig.: Grey, blue roan
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Brown, white face, socks
Fig.: Brown, white face, socks
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Grey
Fig.: Grey
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Red brindle
Fig.: Red brindle
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Brindle
Fig.: Brindle
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
White
Fig.: White
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
White, red ears and muzzle
Fig.: White, red ears and muzzle
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Dun, white dorsal line
Fig.: Dun, white dorsal line
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Brown grey, white inguinal region
Fig.: Brown grey, white inguinal region
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Brown, light
Fig.: Brown, light
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Brown, dark
Fig.: Brown, dark
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Black sided, homozygous
Fig.: Black sided, homozygous
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Dun
Fig.: Dun
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
Dun, white dorsal line
Fig.: Dun, white dorsal line
Source: Iceland Road Atlas (2007)
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