Magneto-ferrofluid mixed convection flow inside a lid-driven square cavity with partial slip is investigated numerically using the finite volume method. The vertical walls of the enclosure are heated partially by a constant temperature, while the horizontal moving walls are kept adiabatic. The square enclosure is filled with a mixture of kerosene–cobalt ferrofluids. The numerical computations are obtained for various parameters of the heat source length, position of the heat source, Hartmann number, Richardson number, fraction ferromagnetic particles, and constant movement parameter. It is shown that the transfer rate is clearly affected by the augmentation of the ferromagnetic particles volume fraction under the influence of a relative magnetic field and by the opposite-direction horizontal walls movement.