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The onyx seed feeder has click-to-clean quick release base and unopposed ports for easy cleaning. Onyx feeders have extra capacity compared to other tubular feeders due to the broader cylinder. Comes with metal fittings and a lifetime guarantee. Made by Droll Yankee.
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With 33% sunflower hearts this Premium Mix is a great all round mixed bird seed that is a favourite with many birds.
A premium high energy mixed seed bird food packed full of high energy sunflower hearts that your garden birds will love.
An energy rich won't grow mixed bird seed specially formulated to ensure seedlings won't grow underneath your feeding station.
The conqueror high capacity seed feeder holds significantly more seed than other seed feeders and is ideal for people whose birds consume high levels of seed or who are unable to refill each day.
Similar in size to a House Sparrow, the Greenfinch is a chunky-looking finch. The male Greenfinch is known for its olive-green back and bright yellow patches in its wings and tail. The female is duller with streaky upperparts. Juvenile Greenfinches are similar to the female but browner.
The House Sparrow deserves its name as it often nests in buildings. These habits and the ability to exploit a wide variety of foods have resulted in the worldwide spread of the species. However the lack of holes in buildings for nesting and poor availability of insects on which they feed their young has resulted in a declining population in some areas of the UK.
Goldfinches are usually seen in groups as they flitter from garden to garden in their search for food. Once they have found food they are very protective of that area. They sometimes get into fights amongst themselves when in the breeding season.
The largest member of the tit family, the Great Tit is easily recognised by its black and white head. They are woodland birds who have successfully adapted to garden life.
This delightful and entertaining small bird is a frequent visitor to garden bird feeders and tables, performing skilful acrobatics to obtain a meal of peanuts or fat. They are thought to be intelligent as they will investigate new sources of food such as stealing the top of the milk learn from each other and use great dexterity of beak and foot. They are easily recognised by their blue cap and wings, white cheeks and yellow body.
The Siskin has spread its range considerably in the last few decades. Once seen only in the conifer plantations of Scotland, this agile finch has become a frequent visitor to winter gardens where they enjoy catkins. Their chattering call can be heard when in groups and the song is a high trill descending to a low buzz.
At Vine House Farm we offer you an unrivalled combination of superb quality, outstanding value for money and genuine environmental credentials. All three of these points have something in common: they’re driven by the fact that we grow much of our bird seed right here on our wildlife-friendly farm, then supply our customers direct. Looking at our high quality and outstanding value for money on bird food in a more detail...
You probably already know that not all bird food is the same, with a huge variation in quality across the market and with this not necessarily reflected in the price – i.e. expensive doesn’t always mean the best! At Vine House Farm we control the quality from the time we sow a seed into the ground, right up to the point we pack products like our mixed seed and send it direct to our customers. For products such as sunflower hearts, which we have to import, we’re very fussy about quality and always ensure we buy the best available for your garden birds.
With all of our operation right here on the farm, it means our costs are less than most other bird food brands – some of which have separate call centres, packing facilities and distribution centres. So less cost means lower prices on bird feeders, accessories, seed, seed mixes, suet blocks, fat balls and nest boxes for our customers.
And for our environmental credential...
At Vine House Farm our bird seed range is very large and covers both straight seeds and seed mixes. Many of the different seed types we grow here on the farm, with these including red millet, white millet, canary seed, naked oats, oil seed rape and black sunflower (though some black sunflower we do have to also import). Our bird seed mixes are expertly blended, and this following years of experience and knowledge gained through testing and research.
Of course all the effort we put in and the very reason people buy from us, is so that they can enjoy feeding the birds in their gardens. It is about the enjoyment but also the reward of knowing that providing the right foods, in the right way and at the right time of year, improves the breeding success of many bird species and helps sustain and even increase populations of even more.
So buying your bird food and other related products from Vine House Farm makes a whole lot of sense for some very sound reasons.