A film review in the New York Times caught our eye today. Starring sheep and two old school cowboys, the documentary Sweetgrass earned rave reviews from Magnolia Dargis. The film takes place in Western Montana and  follows the sheep from their birth at the ranch to their summer pasture in the Absaroka-Beartooth mountains. The trailer below reveals some of the gorgeous shots of sheep in a wild landscape and hopefully will give people a general sense of our line of work. Dargis called the film, “the first essential film of the year” and described it as “astonishingly beautiful.” We can’t wait to see it.