Vine House Farm Bird Foods

Vine House Farm Bird Foods

Blue tit on feeder © Nicholas Watts

Twice as good for Dorset's wildlife

When buying your bird food and bird feeding accessories from Vine House Farm Bird Foods, you are not only caring for the wild birds in your garden, but also looking after the wildlife and wild places where you live as every sale generates funding for Dorset Wildlife Trust.

Five reasons to purchase from Vine House Farm Bird Foods

  1. Vine House Farm Bird Foods give 4% of every purchase in your area to Dorset Wildlife Trust. If you're a new customer, Vine House Farm Bird Foods will also give an extra £10 to the Trust! 
  2. Most of the seed mixes are grown on this conservation award winning farm where wildlife thrives.
  3. All prices include delivery direct from the farm, with no hidden charges and next day delivery (so no worries about having to carry it home from the shop). 
  4. Large range of bird food, feeders, nest boxes and accessories.
  5. Excellent, friendly customer service with great information and advice about feeding garden birds.

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Photo: Bramling at bird table © Nicholas Watts

Bramling at bird table © Nicholas Watts

About Vine House Farm Bird Foods

The Wildlife Trusts' enduring partnership with Vine House Farm Bird Foods has inspired and enabled people to look after the wildlife in their garden for over ten years. Feeding wild bird seed from Vine House Farm Bird Foods, home grown on their wildlife friendly farm in Lincolnshire, has enabled tens of thousands of people to experience the joy of wildlife in their gardens whilst supporting wildlife and wild places close to where they live.

Every purchase raises money for their local Wildlife Trust. To date, the partnership has raised over £2m; an unprecedented level of support for a charity from a small family business which enables us to help many more people experience the joy of wildlife.

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