In 2012 Cairnbrogie converted its dilapidated staff housing on the farm to accommodate students to the newly openend Equine-librium Veterinary physiotherapy college situated across the road. The quaint Cape Dutch style cottages can accommodate 20 students in a
secure and picturesque environment. It is a fantastic setting for students to learn and live on a working dairy farm.
The Equine-Librium group was founded in 2007 in Plettenberg Bay by Ronel van der Sijde. This College is the first institution in the world to offer a full time course directly into the field of Veterinary Physiotherapy. As well as the College, a Clinic and Stables are offered. The Clinic consists of two fully equipped active practices with kennel and stable facilities, offering Veterinary Physiotherapy to Equines, Canines and Felines. They do specialized sport specific rehabilitation as well as hydrotherapy, Solarium and Equine CET SPA. The Stables offer a professional livery yard with 39 stables, 8 treatment stables plus a tack shop. Facilities include a mechanical horse walker, floodlit jumping arena, dressage arena, lunge rings and a variety of paddocks to suit specific needs.