Johnston Farm & Flea Market

Johnston Farm & Flea Market

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(660) 883-5816

State Highway V

Rutledge
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MO
63563

Johnston Farm & Flea Market is a business providing services in the field of Flea Markets. Johnston Farm & Flea Market is located in Rutledge, MO on State Highway V.

Johnston Farm & Flea Market telephone number is (660) 883-5816.

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Helpful Tip for: Flea Markets


Flea markets in Rutledge denote places where usually second-handed cheaper goods are sold or exchanged. Such a market may exist indoors.viz,a school building or even at an open field in Rutledge. Often fairs, carnivals are arranged to attract customers to these flea markets.








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