William H. Darr College of Agriculture

General information

Center for Grapevine Biotechnology

The Center explores genetic resources of diverse grapevine species for securing the profitability and sustainability of the grape and wine industry and for improving human health.

Darr Agricultural Center

The Darr Agricultural Center, located on 90-acres near the intersection of Kansas Expressway and Sunshine Street in southwest Springfield, 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.

Fruit Experiment Station

The Fruit Experiment Station, operated on the Mountain Grove Research Campus, has a statewide mandate by law to generate knowledge through research, and to disseminate this knowledge for the economic development of the Missouri fruit industry. In addition to carrying out research, conducting advisory education programs, and teaching courses, the faculty are available to guide graduate students in their thesis research.