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Cliff Farm Livery PricesDIY and Assisted Livery Price List (In effect from 1st April 2023)DIY Livery£175.00 / horse pcm. To include the use of a stable, field and all other yard facilities. Please note, this is a consistent rate all year round and does not include any bedding or hay. Payment is to be made in advance for the month ahead.BeddingShavings £8.95/ bale Woodpellets £7.20/ bagChopped low-dust wheat straw £7.10 / baleChopped low-dust rape straw £7.10 / baleYou are welcome to purchase your own bedding externally providing you store either in your trailer, your existing storage space or off premises as unfortunately there is not the space for individual additional bedding storage for each client.ForageHay (night nets, field or stable)£2.20 / horse /night OR £1.65 / pony under 12.2hh /night. Whole month discount rate: £60 pcm horses / £46 pcm ponies. Hay (daytime, field or stable)£1.20 / horse / day OR £0.90 / pony under 12.2hh / day. Whole month discount rate: £33 pcm horses / £25 pcm ponies.Haylage (night nets, field or stable)£2.70/ horse / night OR£2.25 / pony under 12.2hh / night. Whole month discount rate: £75 pcm horses / £63 pcm ponies.Haylage (daytime, field or stable)£1.50 / horse / day OR £1.10 / pony under 12.2hh / day Whole month discount rate: £42 pcm horses / £31 pcm ponies“Night hay/haylage” constitutes an ad lib quantity of hay being consumed between 3.30pm and 8am; “Day hay/haylage” constitutes an ad lib quantity of hay being consumed between 8am and 3.30pm. Giving night hay in an excessive quantity, thus lasting for the following daytime still incurs the ‘day hay’ charge.You are welcome to purchase forage externally or purchase from us by the bale providing you store either in your trailer, your existing storage space or off premises as unfortunately there is not enough space for individual additional forage storage space for each client.Forage purchased from ourselves may be fed ad lib providing excessive wastage does not occur.Feeding the previous night’s remaining forage as daytime forage will still incur a day time forage charge.ParkingTrailer parking£15 pcmLorry parking£20 pcmAssisted Livery ServicesStabled livery £12.00 / day (to include feeding, muck out, water, hay net, turn out, catch, pick feet and any rug changes. Horses on livery for 5 or more days in any one period will have their fields poo and rag picked within this price as required)Field livery £7.00 / day (includes poo pick, check water, pick feet and any rug changes. Horses on livery for 7 or more days consecutively will have their fields rag picked within this price as required)Turnout or catch (inc. pick feet out; exc. rug changes)£3.00 Rug change (when required in addition to bring in or turn out assistance)£1.00Rug change (as an individual job, eg ‘rug off in the field in the morning’)£2.50Feed (or give hay; with feed or net left ready)£1.00Feed (or give hay; with feed or net requiring making)£2.00Paddock pick (one day’s worth of poo when living out. £4.00When removing a large amount of, picking will be charged at £4.00 for the first barrow and £6 / fifteen minutes for any further barrows)Muck out (including making hay/haylage nets and changing water)£8.00Ragwort picking£4.50 / 15 minutes(charged based on the time spent in your paddock, not based on a guarantee that your field will be 100% clear of ragwort. Please note we will be obliged to rag-pick your field and charge on your bill if ragwort has been left to the point of flowering, to protect our fields)Exercise – ridden or lunged Exercise is charged based on time spent exercising – bring in/ turn out, tacking up/ un-tacking / washing down is included within this price but does not count as time spent exercising. Bringing in and turning out is NOT included for in hand exercise. Exercise available Monday to Friday within normal working hours unless by prior agreement. £17 / 20min lunge£20 / 30min ridden£24 / 45min ridden£30 / 1 hour ridden£2 / 5min In hand walking/hand grazeRiding tuition (45 minute lesson riding your own horse)£25 / 45 minutes Attending appointments (with farrier, vet, physio, etc.)£18 / hour Clipping (prices are irrespective of the horse’s behaviour and subsequent time spent, providing an appropriate clip is used for an inexperienced horse – e.g. a bib or trace clip, not a blanket or full clip when clipping a horse for the first time. The use of a twitch or sedation may be requested if the horse’s behaviour is deemed dangerous. Prices shown will be reduced by £5 if the client provides their own clippers.)Bib clip£18Irish £30Blanket / trace / Blanket£40Full (half head, not legs)£50Full (full head and legs)£65Additional informationIf you require assistance and care of your horse on a routine/regular basis (in excess of two days per week full livery or weekly exercise twice a week) then a bespoke package price can be discussed to reflect your requirement of services rather than predominantly the right over your grazing and stable.This is not an exhaustive list of services – should you have requirements that are not mentioned in the above list we are happy to discuss your service requirement and negotiate an appropriate price which will subsequently be included on our price list.Assisted livery and consumables purchased will be billed in arrears by invoice at the end of the month.DIY and assisted livery prices are reviewed annually in April and will increase to reflect annual inflation and changes to the cost of consumables and business overheads.Please request any assisted livery work by 4pm the day before if written on the board or by 7pm if by phone or message. We understand that last minute requests can’t be helped from time to time and are sympathetic to this but unreasonably frequent late requests for jobs may incur up to a 50% price increase for work done.Jobs requested to be done specifically out of usual working hours (7.30am-6pm) may incur a £4 surcharge at our discretion.Cliff Farm Livery offers DIY Livery and Assisted livery options for horses and ponies. The livery yard is situated close to the village of South Carlton, Lincolnshire.