Hood-Rich was commissioned to master plan and design a working farm for the Springfield-Greene County Parks Department. The goal was for the facility to be visitor friendly and to allow the viewing of animals in their normal farm setting. This project included constructing a live animal barn to accommodate domestic farm animals including the construction of animal pens, corrals, feed storage, a veterinary office and classroom. The project included eight interior domestic animal stalls to accommodate horses, cows and sheep, eight outside corrals and one holding pen. Also included in the project is a visitor center, gift shop, museum, administrative offices and restrooms. This project was completed in May, 2007, for a cost of $2,644,728.36.