Our Mission:

To provide innovative tools and solutions used in the management of regenerative ecosystems.

Range Ward and its Power Grazer fencing products center around the use and management of grazing animals in regenerative agriculture. Our approach and tools help to regenerate above and below ground biodiversity, improve water cycles, improve carbon cycles, and help improve the vitality and resilience of the ecosystem and the people on the land.

Our portable electric fencing tools focus on effectively and easily Controlling Time, which is one of the keys to Regenerative Agriculture. Controlling the time animals can graze and controlling the amount of time a plant has, to recover from grazing, provides a very powerful and effective management practice.

We would like the opportunity to share what we know with those that manage the land.

Why Use Our Products?

Service and Expert Advise

Range Ward isn’t just about our grazing management fencing products. We believe in forming partnerships by promoting, advocating, and assisting landowners, industry and communities. We are always available to assist with grazing and infrastructure plans as well providing training and education regarding holistic regenerative agriculture.

Our fencing equipment comes with more than just an operator’s manual. Norm Ward has over thirty years of holistic management experience and is available to help the landscape manager.

Inventor of the Power Grazer Systems

Norm Ward took his first Holistic Management course from Allan Savory in 1987. Allan went on to write the Holistic Resource Management in 1988. HM allows one to set goals around quality of life, production and landscape. Ecosystem foundation blocks such as water cycle, mineral cycle, energy flow and succession provide a frame work to work within. The Power Grazer Trailer and Razer Grazer Trailer grew out of the need for a grazing/fencing tool which could be used to manage the landscape goals of their previous ranch in the Alberta Foothills.

Norm graduated from the University of Alberta in 1975 where he studied Animal science and Grazing Management. Combining his vast experience with land management, land sciences, and environmental and industrial concerns has led Norm down the path of invention.