We recommend Vine House Farm bird food


Not only do the birds love it, but they farm in a way which encourages wildlife and they give 4% of sales straight to your local Wildlife Trust helping to protect your local wildlife.

Wildlife friendly farming


Nicholas Watts and his team farm in a way that encourages wildlife whilst running a thriving company growing and selling bird seed, feeders and other wildlife gardening supplies to the general public.


Wildlife friendly bird food delivered to your door


Each purchase you make will help raise even more to help protect Durham’s wildlife. Request a catalogue on 01775 630208 or visit Vine House Farm’s online shop.


Five Reasons to purchase from Vine House Farm


  1. Vine House Farm directly supports your local Wildlife Trust, with 4% commission on all purchases made in your local area and £10 for every new customer!
  2. Award winning farm and conversation work with most of their seed mixes grown and delivered directly from their farm
  3. All prices including delivery, no hidden charges, 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 (like the ones you see on our webcam
  5. Excellent, friendly customer service with great information and advice about our wild birds

Commitment to The Wildlife Trusts


Vine House Farm is dedicated to supporting the work of The Wildlife Trusts and donates 4% of their sales. Durham Wildlife Trust also receives a £10 donation for every new customer. So, tell your family and friends!


To date, partnership between Vine House Farm and The Wildlife Trusts has raised over £1,250,000, including over £12,668 for Durham Wildlife Trust.

10 years together for wildlife friendly farming and gardening


We are delighted to be working in partnership with Vine House Farm, an award winning farm with an inspiring commitment to nature conservation – bringing wildlife friendly farming and gardening together.

Read more about our partnership with Vine House Farm


Tips to help wild birds from Vine House Farm