RM18 is just one of those products that is extremely versatile around the home and garden. This total weed control solution that starts working the minute it touches the plant while leaving the soil untouched and fertile for those plants you want to keep. As one of our favorite products, we get asked all sorts of questions […]
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Working hard may be something you do every day, but nobody likes to bust their butt more than necessary. Whether you’re getting your hands dirty out in the field or just doing your best to keep the place looking good, you need tools that work as hard as you do.Learn More
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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.
In recent years, fertilizer prices have increased. Budgets prepared by university agricultural economists indicate that fertilizer cost associated with growing grass is typically 50 to 60 percent of the cost of producing beef cattle. Unfortunately, it appears that the cost of commercial fertilizer is not likely to decline much anytime soon. Producers who feel they have limited funds to spend […]
Farming has changed drastically in the last 50 years. Today’s farmer produces more food on fewer acres to feed more people and dairy farmers must milk their herds every day as each cow produces 70 pounds of milk per day. These hardworking folks deserve lots of the love from their communities for the hard work they do. […]
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