Commentary

110 Types of livery agreement

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
| Commentary

110 Types of livery agreement

| Commentary

110 Types of livery agreement

The British Horse Society1 identifies five main types of livery agreement. First, ‘full livery’ whereby full stabling and care is provided by the livery operator. Second, ‘part livery’, where supervision and stabling are provided by the livery operator, care for the horse being split by arrangement between the livery operator and horse owner. Third, ‘working livery’ (or ‘half livery’), where full care of the horse is undertaken by the livery operator, but the horse is also permitted to be worked at the livery establishment. Fourth, ‘do-it-yourself livery’, where stabling and grazing only are provided by

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