Flocks of sheep once covered the fields of rural Newfoundland. These days they're a rare sight. Howard Morry has watched big changes in the sheep farming industry since he was a boy. He's been farming sheep for more than 70 years. And now, the tradition he loves so much continues with his children and grandchildren.
Howard Morry must sleep well. He's been counting sheep his whole life. Ever since he was six years old, Howard knew he was born to be a Shepherd. In this program, Howard's family takes us back to an island on the Southern Shore where his flocks graze all spring and summer...just like they used to, years ago.