Controlling woody plants along your pastures and your property can seem like a never-ending chore, yet one that can’t be ignored. Left to grow, little saplings can soon go from nuisances into big problems. We developed Stump Stop to make this task quick and easy. Stump Stop is a ready-to-use herbicide that requires no mixing. […]
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Ragan & Massey is at the forefront of the forage seed and agricultural chemical industries. Since we first opened our doors in 1991, we have grown to offer 34 high-quality, innovative products under 12 proprietary brands that are available in over 3,500 stores nationwide.
Today, our founders, Tom Ragan and Mike Massey, continue to lead our company from our headquarters in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. As always, they are searching for new ways to serve the hardworking people who use our products and meet the ever-increasing demand for our current product lines.
Whether you’re working on the back forty or just in the backyard, we’re betting that we have a forage seed, turf seed, wildlife plot seed or property-beautifying solution that’s just right for you. So please—take a look around, and let’s discover all the ways that Ragan & Massey can help you get the job done right, every time.
No matter the time of year, insects can really bug homeowners. Whether it is ants and cockroaches crawling their way around your kitchen or mosquitoes and ticks taking a bite out of your gardening time, these pests need to be controlled. Ragan & Massey offers three different brands of insecticide so you have protection against […]
For decades, forage legumes such as clovers, vetches, alfalfa, and lespedezas have been considered to be special and beneficial pasture plants. In recent years, incentives for livestock producers to grow them, usually as a companion to forage grasses, have further increased. Why are many people more interested than ever in growing legumes? Here are […]
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