Stress Free Stockmanship with Bruce Maynard

Join RegenWA for this one day workshop with one of Australia’s leading Agricultural innovators and current Bob Hawke award winner for excellence in sustainable agriculture, Bruce Maynard. Over 30 years Bruce has pioneered the fields of No Kill Cropping, Stress Free Stockmanship, Self Herding and Grassland Grain.

This practical workshop will provide a great opportunity to learn Stress Free Stockmanship, see Bruce in action, and to hear how he has implemented these strategies on his own farm, with plenty of time to ask questions throughout the day.

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About Bruce Maynard:

Bruce is one of Australia’s most innovative Agricultural systems thinkers who shares his unique journey of implementing and inventing breakthrough land management techniques transforming his own farm at Narromine, NSW.

Bruce invented the No Kill Cropping system, developed Stress Free Stockmanship and co-invented Self Herding. He travels Australia and overseas enjoying being a passionate and impartial voice in the promotion of agroecology that increases the diversity of communities and landscapes.

Bruce’s work can be readily found on the web at: theagtoolshed.com and was recognized as Australia’s leading landcarer with the 2022 Bob Hawke Award for excellence in sustainable farming.


Date:                    Saturday 28th October 2023 8am – 2:30pm AWST. 

Location:            Calingiri. Specific location to be provided upon registration.

Cost:                      FREE!  Morning tea and lunch provided.

Tickets:              Humanitix

More Info:         For further information please contact Bonnie Jupp, RegenWA Program Manager, at [email protected]


This event is supported by the WA Regenerative Livestock Producers Inc, Lotterywest, the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation through their Soil Wise Program, Wheatbelt NRM and Northern Agricultural Catchments Council.

Soil Wise is funded by the National Landcare Program Smart Farms Small Grants – an Australian Government initiative. It is supported by Healthy Estuaries WA – a State Government program.