Just a little about why we get our bird seed from Vine House Farm
For many years the owners at Vine House Farm have been conducting research into farmland birds so that they can enhance the farm for the wildlife. It is a traditional arable farm passed down from one generation to the next situated in the Lincolnshire Fenlands. They grow a wide variety of crops including potatoes and sugar beet and have over 200 acres of organic crops.
Their interest in wildlife and wild birds in particular ensures they farm in a way that is sympathetic to the wildlife that we share the environment with. By buying food grown from vine house farm you are reducing the carbon footprint caused by tons of imported bird food. Vine house farm have implemented many conservation measure to help stop the decline in British wildlife. Here are a few of the things they do;