Corona Virus Update
Our shop at Great Easton is currently closed, as per Government guidelines. For our regular customers who visit us at the farm to purchase our seed, we are currently offering a free local delivery service within a 15 mile radius of Great Easton. Please telephone us on 01536 770771, or visit our social media pages for more details on this service. Our mail order service is still available, please click here to place an order.
We will endeavour to provide the best possible service to you though this difficult time, and of course our thoughts go out to anyone who has been personally impacted, we hope that you and your families are safe and well.
With best wishes from Abigail, Fay, Sue, Phil and all at Eyebrook Wild Bird Feeds
We are open from 9am-3pm, Monday to Saturday and 9am-12noon on Sunday.
Great savings can be made by purchasing direct from the farm, click here to view our farm gate prices. We love meeting our customers, and as well as saving money you can enjoy the garden, fuss the dogs and have a good natter with us about the birds in your garden while we pop the birdseed in your boot for you!
Our farm in located in Great Easton, a village nestled in the most South Easterly corner of Leicestershire. The farm is next door to the 13th century Church which stands prominently on the hill on the edge of the village. Here in the garden our Grandmothers old show pony stables have been converted into a small quaint shop where we sell our whole product range. All our mixes are blended on the farm in a shed just yards away from the shop so you are literally buying from the farm gate!
You can enhance your visit by taking advantage of the farms footpaths which guide you to the top of the hill behind the yard where there are breathtaking views of the Eyebrook Reservoir and the Welland Valley. On your walk you can see our environmental work and the benefits it has brought to the farm in the numbers and species of birds and wildlife. Bring your binoculars to catch our great selection of farmland birds and brown hares in abundance, then potter down to the Eyebrook - renowned for bird watching, to see the wetland birds and fowl feeding on and inhabiting the water and shores.