Land Stewards & Stock Managers
The Power Grazer series of equipment makes managing stock animals easy with the use of temporary solar powered fencing putting the land manager in complete control of:
- Temporary paddock size;
- Stock density;
- Exclusion or inclusion for riparian or work areas;
- Day to day animal impact; and
- Access to fencing solutions in remote areas.
Range Ward makes that kind of control affordable and simple for land stewards. We make portable electric fence -easy
Range Ward shares the dedication to grassland health and understands the demands on land owners when it comes to stock management. Here is a quick list of how we can help:
- Eliminate the need for access to fixed power for temporary fencing;
- Include or exclude livestock from restoration/riparian sites, reduce occurrences of reclamation fencing being left behind beyond its usefulness – so grazing can resume to promote plant community succession;
- Provide temporary, independently powered fencing for remote riparian areas;
- Leave behind a positive impact on the environment with the use of solar powered electric fencing – offsetting overall environmental footprint of animal management.
- provide reusable electric fencing equipment that can be easily moved to a new site. Range Ward’s equipment provides long term benefits to customers and doesn’t leave behind expensive permanent fencing past it’s usefulness;
- Designed with additional security features like removable hitch and lockable storage compartments for electrical components included – making the use of high-tech equipment in remote areas, as secure as possible; and
We would like the opportunity to demonstrate how the Power Grazer series of equipment and Range Ward expert advice can assist land stewards of any background. Visit our Power Grazer Trailer Product page to see a demonstration of just how easy it is to use
With the Environment in mind:
Long before agriculture and industry, the prairies were a very successful eco-systems system that allowed for the robust food producing industries that we enjoy today. From ground water to local bumble bee populations and invasive weed outbreaks, disturbing the ground can raise a host of issues. You wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t know that already, but did you know that there’s a lot of new research and information, funding incentives and guidelines about how to reduce human and livestock industry impact, to help restore the native prairie’s overall health?
– Read High Stock Density Grazing Can Help Prevent Predation Losses In Livestock
– Read Recovery Strategies for Industrial Development in Native Prairie (pdf)
– Visit our partners and links pageand explore their vast knowledge bases
To find out how Range Ward and the Power Grazer System can help increase your efficiency, please contact us.