My yard is technically a DIY yard, but we have the option of assisted livery (although we pair up with another owner so we share things like turning out, field skipping etc. and also we do eachother's horses when on holiday). YO is also usually happy to do full livery if we can't get anyone else to do it for a short time.
Part livery and D.I.Y livery, pony on diy and horse on part! Part includes, everything 5 days a week + weekend if needed at extra cost. DIY includes stable, turnout, feed and shavings, also turnout in the morning. I think next year for the spring and summer i will put my horse on DIY and then for winter on part, purely because it is a lot easier. Wont have my pony to worry about then.
linx is @ a yard where we have DIY with the option of assistance such as feeding/bringing in etc & YO also does ull livery with a max of 3weeks per horse @ a time for holidays. me & my friend tend to help each other out such as i'll put hers out & she'll bring mine in. dad helps out by bringing in early & i tend to pop up after college/work placement to put his night rug on & give him extra hay
DIY livery yard, but good friends with YO and other liveries. I have been there for over 10 years and so know everyone. There is a strict `no bitchin` rule and so everybody either gets on or keeps shtum. Me and friends help each other out when we need to and her horse is in field with mine so I fetch in at nights.
I suppose it's part livery as includes everything (in theory) bar exercising, shoeing, vaccinations and worming. I say 'in theory' because I like to tack up and groom and wash and clean tack myself though I'm not required too (the novelty HAS worn off mucking out though!)
I keep mine with a friend on DIY - although we take turns to do mornings in the winter - could not manage without her. Fab menage too. Horses in at night in winter (Oct to March)stables in main yard whilst the two hairies live out 24:7 with access to brick sheds in the field. Is 6 miles away but well worth it.