part livery

serena2005

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what the going rate for a 5 day livery?

including am & pm feeding
turning out and bringing in
muching out
2 shavings
2 hay
 

chestnut cob

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Our yard only offers 7 day part livery, which is £365 a month I think. Includes TO and BI every day (7 days), mucking out, changing rugs, making up haynets and feeds and giving them. Also includes the cost of ALL bedding, ALL haylage and/or hay, and ALL feed (unless you feed something weird and wonderful). Walker sessions mon-fri included if required, plus feeding or administering any medication, and holding for vet, farrier, dentist.
 

criso

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Mine is split into box rent and livery services but it comes to £355 pcm
This covers unlimited straw, hay, or haylage.
Monday to Friday catch and turnout as required inc feet picking out and rugs/ boots etc
Mucking out, skipping out if needed e.g. on box rest. Holding for vets and farrier etc
All feeds and supplements haynets etc done as required

I get hard feed but as he is only on a little alfalfa that doesn't add much.
 

Coffee_Bean

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That is our "full livery" which would be £65 per week not including hay, bedding, or feed. Hay £3.30 per bale, bedding £7.50 per bale.
 

frazzled

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We pay £290 a month for box, shavings, all haylage, turnout and bring in , mucking out.
 

SarahX

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£348 for 5 day livery.
Mucking out mon-fri.
Feeding AM and PM all week.
All the hay he can eat and as much shavings he needs.
All facilities 2 arenas, lots of land all year turn out etc.
Arranging worming, vet, farrier and holding for all of these.
+ on Sat and Sun could do little jobs for me.
 

greenlivery

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I charge £360 for 5 day livery, everything included minus exercise, I have nice facilities too, but I think it depends a lot on where you are in the country.
 

Snowysadude

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£75 a week includes all feed and hay/haylage as well as a bale of shavings a week on rubber matting (tbh even if i go over i dont often get charged). full use of school, walker and washbox. Fed am/pm, turned in/out, rugs changed and feet picked out&oiled, mucked out monday to friday. Weekends all done apart from the mucking out
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