The Cold Spring Orchard Horticultural Research Center conducts tree & small fruit research. It is the premier pomology facility in New England. The Orchard studies ways to grow more tree fruit in less space, compare the ability of varieties of fruit to resist disease and insects, and search for ways to reduce the amount of potentially hazardous chemicals used in growing fruit
Provides Integrated Pest Management services -- pest identification, diagnosis services for commercial flower growers who have problems with insects, diseases or plant nutrition. Facility located in the Microbiology Department.
A 131-acre farm adjacent to campus provides one of the finest collegiate horse facilities in the country, and includes a 100-ft. by 200ft. indoor riding arena, a full-sized dressage arena, and a 5/8-mile training track. These facilities afford opportunities for classes, demonstrations, show exhibits, and community education.
358-acre agronomy and vegetable farm, (cattle and swine) facilities for sterile embryo collection, large animal surgery, as well as laboratories for embryo manipulation that includes laminar flow hoods and micromanipulators. Home to George, Charlie and Albert, the first cloned and transgenic cattle
11-acre farm in East Wareham Farm is considered an international leader in integrated pest management for cranberry growers and has developed for distribution ecologically based pest management practices for growers.