Iceland's farmers are told to keep livestock indoors, away from ash

04/16/2010 | National Public Radio

Volcanic ash falling in Iceland is a major concern to the country's cattle farmers. The ash can pick up toxic elements as it travels through the atmosphere, contaminating pastures and water supplies when it settles. The country's farmers were advised to keep livestock indoors while the ash is falling.

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