Great financing rates available often with rates as low as 0%
for 72 months
for qualified buyers.
Call or come in for details -- 301-475-9512
Guy Brothers Implements is a third generation family owned and operated farm implements dealership offering Massey Ferguson tractors, Gehl skid loaders, Bush Hog mowers, Hesston hay balers, Leinbach rakes, blades, scrapers, post hole diggers, plows, disc harrows and Millcreek manure spreaders. Guy Brothers Implements is located in St. Mary's County, a Southern MD suburb of Washington DC.
Guy Brothers is conveniently located on Budds Creek Road in St. Mary’s County just 25 miles south of Waldorf (Charles County), 5 miles north of Leonardtown (St. Mary’s County), and 25 miles west of Prince Frederick (Calvert County).
In 1904, Guy Brothers Store opened for business in Clements, Maryland. Through the years, the business expanded and the store was broken up into specialized businesses to include the sale of Chevrolet automobiles, Anheuser-Bush products, a Massey Ferguson farm tractor dealership and a marine and lawn equipment business. These businesses were operated by members of the Guy family and most are still in operation today.
Guy Brothers Implements evolved from the store and is run by the third generation of Guy Brothers, Perry and Jeff Guy. Specializing in Massey Ferguson farm and compact tractors, implements and construction loaders, the business is still operated from the Clements MD location.
When you need farm or construction implements, tractors, or mowers,
call or email
Guy Brothers proudly serves Maryland and Virginia including areas such as:
Indian Head, Saint Charles, La Plata, Sunderland, Annapolis, Edgewater, Davidsonville, Crownsville, Millersville, Lothian, Upper Marlboro, Brandywine, Fort Washington, Greenbelt, Clinton, Landover, Lanham, Bowie, Glenn Dale, Mitchellville, Cheverly, California, Charlotte Hall, Clements, Great Mills, Hollywood, Leonardtown, Lexington Park, Mechanicsville, St Marys City, Chesapeake Beach, Dowell, Dunkirk, Lusby, North Beach, Owings, Prince Frederick, Solomons, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.