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Farmersville is a rural Mennonite settlement and a census-designated place located southeast of the borough of Ephrata in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It is an unincorporated locality located in West Earl Township, Pennsylvania. Farmersville is near no major roads, with the town being defined as around the intersection of North Farmersville Road and East Farmersville Road. The area has a population of 200, and the population was 991 residents in the 2010 census. Every Tuesday, Farmersville has a weekly auction.
- Former professional cyclist Floyd Landis.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Farmersville Census Designated Place
- Everson, Darren (2006, July 30). World Descends on Farmersville. New York Daily News, p. 62-63.
- ESPN Page 2 - Caple: Following the Susquehanna (Part 3)
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