The Ivel Valley Story

Ivel Valley Wild Bird Food is part of a family farm business based in the Ivel Valley, Bedfordshire. We have spent years developing a unique range of products to help you attract more garden birds to your garden, and have set out to make products that really work as well as having proper nutritious ingredients.


Ivel Valley Best Sellers

  • Dried Mealworms


    All of our dried mealworms are packed with protein. You can expect all sorts of wild birds to be attracted by our mealworms such as Robins, Blackbirds and Thrushes. Birds love them and will keep coming back for more.

  • BigEasy™Seed Feeder


    Big because it holds more bird food, Tough because it takes no nonsense from squirrels, Easy because it cleans without fuss!

  • My Robin and Me Mix


    My Robin and Me Seed Mix is an absolute favourite with Robins. Packed with everything they need including fruit, mealworms and suet pellets. Recommended for use with ground feeders and table feeders.

  • BritBits - Superfood Bird Food Pellets


    Unique quinoa & suet bird pellets - a must have for every garden! "As soon as I put some down there is a host of birds diving on it! Also there is a cheeky stoat that comes at night and grabs the crumbs." - J. Kent, Customer "Great for my local wild life, the Jays and Woodpeckers love it!" - C. Blo, Customer

Latest Blogs...

  • Our brush with The Corn Bunting

    Posted on 11.09.2017

    Our farm has played house to many a Corn Buntings family over the last 70 years and our father can remember a time where their birdsong was ever present through the crops in the warm summer months or spied foraging in grain stores through cold, chilly winter days. 

    read more
  • Wildlife on the Farm - July

    Posted on 16.08.2017

    Seems ages since writing the last snippets with the summer break but plenty to mention this month. Lots of new arrivals on the farm over the past couple of months. 

    read more
  • June Farm Update

    Posted on 15.06.2017

    Although it was dull and overcast there were loads of birds feeding on, around or above the lake. Feeding on or in the water were Great Crested Grebe, Cormorant, Mute swans, Tufted duck, Mallard and Coots. Feeding around the lake were Oyster catchers, Little Ringed Plovers, Ringed Plover, Lapwings and Geese. 

    read more