Jordbruk på Island

3년 전

Noko som eg lærte på turen til Island, var dei store grasslettene og kor mykje sau, kyr og hestar som beita på desse fine grasslettene.
Desse fine og saftige beiteområda kom fram både når me køyrde gjennom dei sørlege kystområda av Island. Vidare då me kom på den austlege delen av Island som vender mot Europa var det like mykje både av hestar, sauer og kyr. Då guiden fortalde at me kom til å sjå mykje grassletter på den nordlege delen av Island, tenkte eg at det kunne ikkje vera like mykje jordbruk på den kanten av Island. Men når bussen køyrde gjennom desse områda, var det kanskje endå meir av store grassletter og husdyr som beita der. Store haugar med gras innpakka i store ballar med plast i ulike fargar, fekk me også sjå då me kom til den nordlege delen av Island. Guiden fortalde oss ôg at Island skulle no eksportera gras til Norge. Dette hadde norske bønder god bruk for på grunn av det tørre vêret i Norge denne sommaren.
Og den siste reisedagen på veg mot Reykjavik og den vestlege delen av Island, såg me på nytt dei store grasslettene med beitande husdyr. Dermed hadde eg lært at Island ikkje berre er fiskeri, turisme og aluminiumsprodkuksjon, men i høgste grad også eit land der dei har gode høve til å produsera gras for kyr, sauer og hestar.

Something that I learned on my trip to Iceland was the big grass meadow and how much sheep, cows and horses are grazing on these beautiful grass plains. These delicate and delicious pasture areas emerged as we drove through the southern coast of Iceland. Further, when I arrived in the eastern part of Iceland facing Europe, there was equally much of both horses, sheep and cows.
When the guide told us that we saw a lot of agriculture in the northern part of Iceland, I thought that there could not be as much agriculture on the edge of Iceland. But when the bus drove through these areas, it was even more of vast grasslands and livestock that could be used there. Extensive gardens with grass wrapped in big balls with plastic in different colours, we also see when we came to the northern part of Iceland. The guide also said that Iceland should now export grass to Norway. This was good for Norwegian farmers because of the dry weather in Norway this summer.
And on the last travel day in the direction of Reykjavik and the western part of Iceland, we saw the big grass plains with grazing livestock again. Thus I had learned that Iceland is not just fishing, tourism and aluminium production, but also a country where they have an excellent opportunity to produce grass for cows, sheep and horses.

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White things are very familiar to me!

Because, We can see them in country :)

The place is so big for the animals. Green everywhere. So, beautiful to watch. Thanks for sharing nice place and some great pictures.

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Thanks for your friendly comments about the pictures of the grass pastures in Iceland @Dindar

Amazing photos, Dear @Siggjo
Very picturesque landscapes and spacious meadows.
And the colors really impressed.
My favorite shades of green.
Beauty. Eyes rejoice)
Wonderful spacious pastures.

Thank you for showing such spectacular views of Iceland

It was interesting to read your impressions of what you saw. I never knew Iceland export grass ))

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