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Below is some general information about McFarland:

McFarland is a village in Dane County, Wisconsin, United States, on the eastern shore of Lake Waubesa. The population was 7,808 at the 2010 census. Its ZIP code is 53558. A suburb of Madison, McFarland is part of the Madison Metropolitan Statistical Area.

McFarland is located at 43°1′7″N 89°17′28″W (43.018480, -89.291116). According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 3.55 square miles, all of it land.

McFarland was founded in 1856 by William H. McFarland. Early industries in the village included harvesting winter ice and fish on nearby Lake Waubesa for rail shipment to markets in Chicago. Later a small resort industry developed in an area called “Edwards Park” near the lake. After World War II, the village became a bedroom community for Madison. In the 1960s, Lloyd Schneider, a local lawyer, led an effort to have petroleum tank farms north of the village that were connected to the Koch pipeline. Because they became part of the village’s tax base, their construction enabled the McFarland School District to fund a new high school. In 1989 a major highway project on the nearby Madison highway called the “Beltline” made commuting to the village much easier and enabled rapid residential growth.

The McFarland School District serves the village of McFarland. It operates Conrad Elvehjem Early Learning Center (K), McFarland Primary School (1-2),Waubesa Intermediate School (3-5), Indian Mound Middle School (6-8) and, McFarland High School, which is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and had a 2007 enrollment of 700 students.

Since 1985 McFarland has held an annual fall Family Festival. The festival has carnival rides, train rides, a parade, and many competitions. The three-day festival takes place at McFarland High School parking lot.

Source: McFarland on Wikipedia