Welcome to Westcroft Farm
A private working farm & livery yard situated just outside the city of Wolverhampton. We produce excellent quality forage and bedding for the local equestrian market.
* Please get in touch if you're interested in livery or to purchase from us - we are not open to the public *
We are a small friendly yard that offers assisted livery services as and when you require them. Whether you're off on holiday or regularly in need of assistance due to work or family commitments, help is always on hand. With a maximum of six livery horses at any one time our grazing is never over stocked. We even take care of all the field management for you - no poo picking or ragwort pulling required!
Westcroft Farm Produce
Here at the farm we produce excellent quality forage & bedding - all of which are guaranteed weed & ragwort free. We offer a free delivery service within a five mile radius of the farm - delivery charges apply for deliveries further afield.
Our 30kg+ bales are ideal if you only have one or two horses requiring haylage. Our large 5ft round haylage bales are in pink wrap when available, the proceeds of which goes to breast cancer research charities.
We make big round and small bales of hay - both are produced from several different fields meaning we have a variety of hay types available - something to suit even the fussiest of eaters!
We stock several brands of shavings - please get in touch to find out what we currently have available.
As we grow oats and barley for animal feeds we can offer big round and conventional small bales of oat and barley straw to buy or to hire.
We regularly provide bales of straw* for use at local events such as weddings, school fetes, garden parties & charity fundraisers. They make lovely comfortable seating and add a touch of rustic charm to any occasion. We will deliver them to your venue & collect them after the event - at such time you will receive a percentage of your hire fee back for each undamaged bale
*We always recommend straw bales as they're less of an issue for hay fever sufferers