Our Story - Who We Are

Operating under the new identity of Agriteer, we are excited to provide the same passionate customer service that you have come to expect from us!


MM Weaver and Binkley & Hurst merge to form Agriteer

  • 2020

    Binkley & Hurst merged the Dayton, VA and Harrisonburg rental/landscaping equipment locations to a new facility on route 11 just north of the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.

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  • 2017

    MM Weaver purchased the assets of B Equip Inc. in Waynesboro, PA, expanding our customer base in Franklin County and the surrounding areas.

  • 2013

    Binkley & Hurst acquired the assets of Molly’s Tractor in Kennedyville, MD. The location featured the full AGCO line as well as lawn and garden equipment. The Kennedyville location later moved to Cecilton, MD in 2022.

  • 2012

    Binkley & Hurst planted a location on Route 13 in Seaford, DE to better serve AGCO’s application equipment. This was the year that the Harrisonburg rental and landscaping equipment location was opened on route 11 in Harrisonburg, VA.

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  • 2011

    Binkley & Hurst brought WEB Enterprises of Dayton, VA into the family in January of 2011

  • 2010

    MM Weaver constructed an addition for new sales offices and additional parts storage space.

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  • 2009

    Binkley & Hurst purchased the assets of Lebanon Valley Implement Company, a neighboring dealer from Lebanon County, PA.

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  • 2006

    Senior managers of Binkley & Hurst Bros. Inc. formed Binkley & Hurst, LP and purchased the business assets from Amos and Leonard Hurst.

  • 2001

    MM Weaver signed the contract to sell Fendt tractors.

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  • 1991-1992

    MM Weaver signed the contract to sell CLAAS hay equipment and forage harvesters.

  • 1973

    Leonard and Amos Hurst Jr, employees of David Binkley invested in the business and the company name to form Binkley & Hurst Brothers, Inc.

  • 1939

    Walter Binkley began a feed and fertilizer store as well as a fledgling tractor dealership in Rothsville, Lancaster County, PA. This would later become the headquarters for Binkley & Hurst.

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  • 1936

    MM Weaver and Sons signed the contract to sell Massey Harris farm equipment.

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  • 1935

    Martin M. Weaver started a farm equipment business in the old Groff’s Run Mill, in Leola, PA fixing and selling used farm machinery. This would later become the headquarters for MM Weaver and Sons.