We're passionate about filling your garden with beautiful wild birds - Nick & James Parrish

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

  • Squirrel Buster® Mini 600ml Bird Feeder

    FREE 2kg of Ready Peck 5 A Day Seed Feeder Mix with this purchase.. Valid until 03.07.17 Squirrel Buster Mini 600ml Bird Feeder -it's game over for Squirrels.These high performance bird feeders are 100% effective.

  • Duck and Swan Food

    Specially blended for Ducks and Swans far more nutritious than bread.

  • Mealworm and Suet Pellet Feeder

    A heavy duty aluminium feeder for mealworms and suet pellets.

Latest Blogs...

  • 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. All 3 species of Wagtails, Pied, Grey and Yellow, were all seen catching beak-fulls of insects for their young. 

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  • May On The Farm

    Posted on 09.05.2017

    Lots of wildlife activity at the moment especially bird life. Most of the Summer visitors are with us now. I haven't heard a Cuckoo in the village yet but heard and see one at Maulden Heath. Loads of Swallows and House and Sand Martins seen feeding on insects over the lake on the farm. 

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  • Spring has arrived

    Posted on 20.04.2017

    Welcome along to Spring! Yellow daffodils have broken free and rapeseed floods the fields with their sweet aroma and vibrant yellow colour. Spring has finally arrived and you can look forward to fresh mornings and warmer evenings.

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