GROW MORE GRASS. GROW MORE POUNDS. GROW MORE PROFIT.

Improved pastures lead to increased stocking rates. Focus on forage, eliminate undesirable species, and run more livestock with Alligare’s high-performing, broad-spectrum Range & Pasture solutions. These products maximize nutritious vegetation, decrease forage with low palatability, and allow for the highest capacity of livestock per acre.

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Performance Driven Results From Reliable Solutions

 

Untreated pastures produce more invasive plant species and lead to lower levels of nutrition consumed by livestock, lower rate of gain per pound of forage, and ultimately lower profit margins on sale day. Grow revenue by increasing gain with Alligare solutions.

A Team of Professionals Ready To Help

 

With a Range & Pasture portfolio of more than 30 products, covering five biological processes or modes of action (MOA), Alligare solutions enhance the quality and volume of nutritious vegetation in your pastures and grazing areas.

A Partner You

Can Count On

 

Safety and productivity are a primary focus, but user-friendly solutions are not overlooked. Your time and application accuracy are important to us. Alligare solutions are provided in fewer containers, with simple measuring, and quick clean-up.

Proven Products Lead To Elevated Outcomes

 

Efficient rangeland and pasture management includes quality vegetation control. Alligare’s portfolio of over 40 herbicides, with multiple modes of action (MOA), can be trusted to control unwanted species.

Range & Pasture Resources

Range & Pasture Weed Management Guide

Range & Pasture Weed Management Guide

Alligare’s Weed Management Guide is packed with tips and easily helps you match Range & Pasture products to the vegetation you need to control.

Range & Pasture Product Guide

Range & Pasture Product Guide

Alligare Product Guides include recommended solutions, active ingredients, performance highlights, and use sites.

Herbicide Proper Mixing Order

Herbicide Proper Mixing Order

Follow Alligare’s 12-step mixing guide to ensure optimal efficacy and safety during application.

Recommended Range & Pasture Products

News & Insights

  • Treat Mesquite to Grow More Grass
    The invasive nature of mesquite trees can cause significant challenges for ranchers. Effective vegetation management strategies are essential to mitigate the impact of mesquite on grazing areas and rangelands. For best results, timing is critical. Why is mesquite challenging to control?... Read more
  • Alligare Hires Regulatory Affairs Manager
    Introducing Bonnie Bieber, Our New Regulatory Affairs Manager Please join Alligare in welcoming Bonnie Bieber to our Product Development and Regulatory Team as our new Regulatory Affairs Manager.... Read more
  • Safeguarding Livestock: Perilla Mint Toxicity in Cattle
    Identifying Perilla Mint As summer months approach, so do invasive weed species. One broadleaf weed in particular can be found in pastures and hay fields and it packs a gut punch to ruminant animals and costs the cattle industry millions of dollars in sick or deceased livestock. Perilla mint, also known as Beefsteak plant, is an annual from the mint family with a square stem, shallow taproot and oval leaves with purple undersides. This plant gives off a strong odor when crushed and typically germinates in the summer months, between May and June.... Read more
  • The Relationship Between Water pH and Herbicide Efficacy
      Understanding Water pH Levels Water pH level refers to the measure of acidity or alkalinity of water and is an important factor to consider when preparing for herbicide applications. The pH scale ranges from zero to 14, with seven being neutral. A pH value below seven indicates acidity, while a value above seven indicates alkalinity. Different herbicides have specific pH requirements for optimal performance. When the water pH deviates from the recommended range, it can affect the stability, solubility, and activity of herbicides. Furthermore, water pH can influence the availability of herbicide-active ingredients and their ability to bind to target plant surfaces. This interaction between water pH and herbicide efficacy highlights the importance of maintaining the appropriate pH level for successful weed control.... Read more