Project Description:

Wild Turkey Farm – Oregon

This 215 acre horse breeding and training facility can house up to 70 horses. Equine Facility Design began the site design when the land was purchased in 2001 and has managed the design team through construction which completed in 2009. Equine Facility Design developed the site layout of roads, parking, building areas, pastures, paddocks, trails, outdoor arena, Grand Prix jump field, pond, and site features. The structures include a 125’ x 250’ indoor steel riding arena building design with an attached viewing room, storage, and maintenance area; and multiple horse barn designs, including a 15 stall retirement horse barn, a 22 stall training barn with rehab facilities, a six stall stallion barn with laboratory and breeding room, a 12 stall broodmare barn with 12’ x 24’ stalls that can become 12’ x 12’ stalls at the time of weaning foals. Equine Facility Design also designed the main residence, maintenance and storage buildings, and pasture shelters. Improvements include pasture development, fencing, drainage, signage, entry gates, site lighting, and a compost facility.