The Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research & Extension Center is a 419-acre working farm. The Center’s mission is to improve the care and nutrition of horses, by conducting research on nutrition, stress, growth and development, reproduction, and forage management. The project includes a clinic for examination and treatment, classrooms, administrative offices, a conference center, a research laboratory and a foaling barn. The buildings were designed to keep with the clinical nature of the facility and to be consistent with local architectural traditions.

Program examination/treatment clinic, research laboratory, 10-stall foaling barn, classrooms, conference center, and administrative offices

Completion 1992