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Eyebrook Bird Feeds has opened a refill shop.

The Johnson family, who run the shop at Rectory Farm in Great Easton, have transformed an old tack room into a refill shop.

Customers can now bring their old containers, refill them with our great birdseeds, replenish their feeders in the garden and enjoy the birds, knowing they have saved money and packaging. A selection of products is also available to buy by weight. Customers can simply scoop the seeds they require and enjoy a look around Nana's old tack room which still has items of old tack, potions and lotions and relics from the 1940s onwards.

Eyebrook Bird Feeds opens a new refill shop
Eyebrook Bird Feeds opens a new refill shop

The Johnson family has farmed at Rectory Farm since the 1936, and are passionate about farming, conservation and birdseed.

Over the past 30 years the family has enhanced the environment to encourage more birds and wildlife, as well as hosting farm walks and village events on the farm.

They diversified into retailing wild bird seed in 2004 , producing nutritious, naturally balanced seed mixes where many of the ingredients are grown on their family farm. The distinctive birdseed mixes are packed with a range of wholesome seeds using as many home grown and British seeds as possible. This ensures both an appetising and beneficial feed for garden birds to enjoy all year round.

Eyebrook Bird Feeds opens a new refill shop
Eyebrook Bird Feeds opens a new refill shop

The farm surrounds Eyebrook Reservoir and is a haven for insects, birds and animals.



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