People from all around the world have donated a total of ISK 10 million (USD 84,600, EUR 65,000) to save Iceland’s largest goat farm, Háafell in Borgarfjörður, West Iceland, from foreclosure,
Jóhanna B. Þorvaldsdóttir, the owner of the farm, has been a pioneer in the breeding and welfare of the ancient Icelandic goat stock for 14 years. Iceland Review reports.
Jóhanna said contributions have come from all over the world. “Primarily from the United States, but also from Iceland, Norway and a lot of other countries.”