• Perpetuating Living History, Educating the Future.

    Please enjoy this new documentary about the Morgan Horse Farm. This video was made possible entirely thanks to the support of donors and a Morgan Breed Promotion Grant awareded by the American Morgan Horse Association. 

Important updates regarding COVID-19:

To help protect the health and safety of our community, public visitation of the UVM Morgan Horse Farm has been suspended at this time. Stay connected through our active Facebook page & by signing up for our electronic newsletters.

Raffle Morgan Update:

As of Tuesday 10/20/20 we have SOLD OUT of Raffle Tickets for UVM Believer. We are currently processing orders and will be in touch with those who have already submitted a ticket request, but are no longer accepting new orders. 

The Raffle Drawing will happen this comign Saturday, October 24 at noon. This is a virtual event and the farm remains closed to visitors. Tune in via Facebook Live @uvmmorganhorsefarm to watch! More information can be found on our Raffle Program Page. 

Watch: Living History- The UVM Morgan Horse Farm documentary

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Education

From internships to guided educational tours, education is paramount to the farm's mission. University departments from multiple colleges utilize the Weybridge campus, as the farm is rich in educational resources. Each year students from area elementary and high school programs visit the farm for guided tours, along with camps & home shool groups. In the spring, an equine reproduction clinic is offered to the public. Email the farm for more information on learning opportunities at UVM's "campus in Addison County." 

Community

A beacon for horse and history lovers, the UVM Morgan Horse Farm is home to the oldest, continuous Morgan horse breeding herd in the world. Established in 1878, this beautiful historic site is a working farm of 40+ Morgans that is open to the public May through October annually. The UVM Morgan Horse Farm is a must-see attraction just outside Middlebury, Vermont. 

Preservation.

The influence of the Government lines on the Morgan breed is second to none. As the stewards of this important herd and its ancestral home, the UVM Morgan Horse Farm breeds 6-10 foals annually and offers horses for sale, breeding services, and stands several stallions to the public. 

 

Recent Press for the UVM Morgan Horse Farm:

The Morgan Horse Magazine, Jan/Feb 2019 Issue

Yankee Magazine Best of New England, May 2019. 

The Vermont Magazine, July/Aug 2019. 

Visitors at Morgan Horse Farm

Farm and Visitor Information

In year like none other, the UVM Morgan Horse Farm has suspended public visitaiton in 2020. Historically, guests have flocked to Weybridge from around the globe for the past seventy years to experience a guided tour, educational displays, and meet the UVM Morgans on the stunning 200 acre, 150 year-old, working Morgan Horse Farm. 

Morgan Horse Farm Apprentice

Apprentice & Internships

There are several equine educational programs available that offer unique and intensive experience for interested and motivated individuals. Apprentices spend one year living, working and learning at this historic site, and become involved in a wide variety of overall farm operations. Interns receive credit through UVM and can apply for fall or spring semesters. Recently UVM students from a variety of disciples have enjoyed internships related to tourism, natural studies, landscape design, and building community. Visit the on-farm learning page for more information. 

 

UVM Morgan Horse Farm

About the Morgan Horse Farm

As a part of the UVM College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the UVM Morgan Horse Farm is a historic site home to a working herd of 40+ Morgan Horses and perpetuates the Government Lines of the Morgan Breed. There is an inventory of UVM Morgan horses for sale, registered Morgan stallions standing to the public, and equine-related educational events and activities for students and the public alike. Learn more about us.