Grazing Principles – Our most easy to understand method of Why It Works.

Oil & Gas

Land Stewards & Stock Managers

Conservation & Government

We are proudly involved with events, clinics and teachings from Foothills Forage and find it to be a vital source of geographic information.



Can’t go wrong with the series of equipment from both Gallagher and Speedrite. Both quality and assurance is why we use their products with ours to ensure success and productivity.  


Soil Carbon Cowboys

In the Soil Carbon Cowboys video, featured below, filmmaker Peter Byck follows three cattle ranchers – Allen Williams from Mississippi, USA, Gabe Brown from North Dakota, USA, and Neil Dennis from Saskatchewan, Canada – whose innovative grazing strategies are redefining how cattle can be used to profitably improve the land. 

The video discuss some of the most important benefits of rotational grazing – building organic matter through rotational grazing (carbon sequestration), increased erosion resistance, improved soil moisture retention, dramatic lowering of disease in the cattle herd, reduced fertilizer and pesticide needs, reduced labor and equipment costs, and all this accompanied by a dramatic increase in land productivity.

The video is also full of practical hands-on ideas, such as how to combine permanent and portable electric fences, what stocking densities work well during rotational grazing, and innovative ways to drive over single wire electric fences with your ATV without needing to build gates everywhere.

Allan Savory: How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change

Here is a fully length documentary from Allan Savory titled Running out of Time:

Range Ward isn’t just products that are a step in the right direction for the environment; we believe in forming partnerships by promoting, advocating and assisting landowners, industry and communities in preserving and restoring healthy grassland eco-systems.

Are you a member of one of the following communities and interested in learning more about grassland management and what you can do to help:

Oil & Gas?

Find out about your role under the new plan to restore the region’s grasslands. New Partnerships are being formed, Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development initiatives, Growing Forward 2 funding incentives, and preferred methods for heavy industry working in Native Prairie Grassland.
Click here to learn how we can help your project meet it’s environmental responsibilities.

Land Stewards & Stock Managers

Did you know you may also be able to have our products government funded up to 30-50%?
Find out more Here

Conservation and Government?

Find out why we advocate for stock grazing in National & Provincial Parks and how we can help with your big game management, environmental restoration or grazing project by clicking here.


If you are interested in learning more about preferred methods Native Prairie or restoration of disturbed grasslands in Alberta, we highly recommend:
– that you read Recovery Strategies for Industrial Development in Native Prairie (pdf)
-visit our partners and links page and explore their vast knowledge bases
-visit the “Management & Land Use” page

Recommended: pdf Click here to download or view the pdf. 

Stockboss by Cattle Creek

StockBoss. StockBoss provides the opportunity to bring fresh, clean and cool water to ALL livestock. This is a key ingredient for their health and performance.

goose creek

Prairie Habitats Inc. located in Argyle, Manitoba, is dedicated to helping people restore native prairies and encouraging the use of local native seed. We can provide you with the tools and expertise for successful restoration, reclamation and native landscaping projects.

trout unlimited

To conserve, protect and restore Canada’s freshwater ecosystems and their coldwater resources for current and future generations.


Since its incorporation in March 2010, the Canadian Forage and Grassland Association / Canadienne pour les Plantes Fourragères has been providing a national voice for all Canadians who produce hay and forage products and for those whose production is dependent upon forage/grassland production.

ranching for profit

The emphasis in conventional agriculture has been to increase production using fossil fuel technology. Much of the energy used, personal stress and costs in farming and ranching come from fighting nature. We have found that economic and financial stability are seldom associated with maximum production. Working with nature results in fundamental improvements to the economic and biological health of the business and can dramatically improve the lifestyle of the people on the ranch.

Pasture Map

Allowing you real time updates and monitoring of your electric fence placements.