Veterinary Science Outreach incorporates animal diagnostics, on-farm field investigations, applied research, and Cooperative Extension to serve Pennsylvania‘s agricultural community by improving animal health and well-being, farm profitability and product quality.
Penn State's Equine Facilities include two horse barns with approximately 35 stalls, an indoor arena, a round pen, and paddocks and pastures. There is also a breeding shed and lab for semen collection and artificial insemination which are incorporated into the production program as well as teaching and research.
The Penn State Swine Center, with a herd of 75 purebred Yorkshire sows, is a major contributor to teaching and research at Penn State.
The Penn State Beef-Sheep Center, located on Orchard Road, houses between 200 and 250 Dorset ewes, rams, and lambs and about 200 cows, steers, and bulls.
The Penn State Deer Research Center is located in a 22 acre fenced enclosure northeast of campus off of Big Hollow Road.