Verulam Farm

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Verulam Farm is an historic farm west of Charlottesville. Built in 1936, the farm hosts events and breeds Belgian Friesan horses[1].

The construction of Interstate 64 divided the farm. The Virginia Department of Transportation built a tunnel under the highway so the farmer could move cattle to pasture on the farm's south end. Today, that tunnel is actively used by wildlife to cross the highway[2].


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References

  1. Web. About Verulam, Verulam Farm, Charlottesville, VA, retrieved April 12, 2013.
  2. Web. Tunnel use by wildlife aids driver safety, Tim Shea, Charlottesville Tomorrow, Charlottesville, VA, February 10, 2013, retrieved April 12, 2013.

External Links

Official Site http://verulamfarm.com/