The Equine Teaching and Research Center is housed in the Old Dairy Barn, next to the Dairy Cattle Center. The facility was remodeled in 2003. It has seven stalls for mares, five stalls for stallions, three stocks, and a collection phantom. There is also a laboratory for semen evaluation and processing, and a separate AV storage and preparation area. The facility has state of the art computing with a wireless network. The facility has the capablity of off-site monitoring of foaling mares. The facility is used to teach Equine Reproductive Management to undergraduates, graduate students, veterinary students and non-traditional students. The facility is also used to teach Equine Science Management.