Latest Look up and listen

Our guest blogger Phil Pickin describes the sights & sounds that herald the arrival of Autumn

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Issue 147 August
News from the Farm Issue 147 August

Swallows & House Martins are still breeding and will be here until early September

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Our position on plastic packaging
Latest News Our position on plastic packaging

We’ve long encouraged comments and discussions with our customers and indeed our openness and willingness to listen continues to shape our business and how we operate. Perhaps unsurprisingly given

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Vine House Farm featured on the BBC's A Wild Year
Latest News Vine House Farm featured on the BBC's A Wild Year

We were so pleased to be part of @BBCTwo's 'A Wild Year: The Fens' & for the opportunity to show how we manage our sustainable & wildlife-friendly farm in the stunning fenland environment.

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The part we've played in the UK's barn owl success story
Latest News The part we've played in the UK's barn owl success story

Like anyone who cares about the environment, our natural world and the species which inhabit it, at Vine House Farm we find it increasingly difficult to find real conservation success stories which g

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Feeding Sunflower Hearts To Birds
Latest News Feeding Sunflower Hearts To Birds

Sunflower Hearts can be fed to a large number of bird species. Read our guide to find out which birds eat them, as well as how to feed & store Sunflower Hearts.

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Issue 146 July 2020
News from the Farm Issue 146 July 2020

We've been busy loading 112 tonnes of potatoes

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We are not alone
Latest News We are not alone

Our guest blogger Phil Pickin discusses what have we learned from the lockdown when it comes to the environment

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Beauty and the Beast
Latest News Beauty and the Beast

Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper has been admiring the increase of butterflies in Devon

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Why do we feed wild birds?
Uncategorised Why do we feed wild birds?

Bird feeding - it is massive! Let’s get one thing straight, the importance of feeding wild birds should not be underestimated - it is quite simply massive. On many levels. As a business, estimates v

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A bright thought
Uncategorised A bright thought

Perhaps taken for granted and even misnamed, the most beautiful flower and herald of spring must surely be the primrose. The Latin name means 'first rose', despite the fact they are not a member of t

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Time to look
Uncategorised Time to look

The phrase, 'turned life upside-down' has been used many times to describe how life has changed since the emergence of Covid-19. The impact on our lives has been profound, but since the implementatio

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Nature - our solace in difficult times
Uncategorised Nature - our solace in difficult times

It would be something of an understatement to say 'we are experiencing difficult times at the moment'. Sadly the messages we are getting are almost exclusively bleak, and while difficult times bring

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Lockdown on a wee nature reserve in the Scottish Highlands with red squirrels
Uncategorised Lockdown on a wee nature reserve in the Scottish Highlands with red squirrels

I’d be lying if I said the current virus crisis had massively affected the way my wife and I live. Sure we don’t go out for lunch or a coffee once a week like we usually do, and yes I’m a bit s

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Our core range of suet products are now back in stock
Uncategorised Our core range of suet products are now back in stock

A few weeks back we had to report that most of our popular suet products were out of stock. This happened as firstly we had a huge surge in demand as the lockdown took hold, and secondly because our

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Unexpected consequences
Uncategorised Unexpected consequences

The Coronavirus lockdown impacted on just about every area of life. But as we start to return to some form of normality, we are beginning to find out more about some of the less obvious impacts of th

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