Missouri State University William H. Darr Agricultural Center – Springfield, Missouri
The Darr Agricultural Center, located on 90-acres, serves as a laboratory and field experience classroom for the study of livestock management, equine studies, horticulture, agronomy, animal science, and wildlife conservation and management.
Building was constructed with elements to enhance agricultural education. Learning Center includes: large classroom and lecture hall equipped with an animal entrance and specialized pen, classrooms with distance learning technology, laboratories with the equipment needed to stream video and audio transmissions, laboratory equipment that facilitates student and faculty research in the areas of water quality, soil chemistry, horticultural sciences, and animal physiology. Facility also includes a conference space and a banquet hall accommodating up to 400 available for public and private events as well as large scale educational opportunities.