Bird Feed


Everything you need to go from seed to produce



Browse our wide range of saddlery products from numnahs to spurs and stirrups



Chicken & poultry keeping products from drinkers and feeders to incubators


Welcome to Little Fields Farm!

Our online country store stocks 1000s of products for horses and their riders, Poultry, Pets and outdoor garden furniture.

Our family business has been supplying great value products for five years. Our main areas which may be of interest to you are our numnahs, saddle pads, horse care and health products.

Our strong position with poultry keeping sees us supplying incubators, chicken feeders, chicken drinkers and many health products.

If you would like some help finding the right product please don't hesitate to give us a call on 01455 393 000 we will be more than happy to help.


3 Ways to Protect Your Garden with Shading Nets

Gardening is an art and requires you to harness a special relation with nature. It is all about mastering the environment in which your tender young plants are growing and improving it to allow healthy blooms. While water, light, and shade are crucial necessities, they alone can’t produce plants in fine fettle.

Horse Riding Gear for Beginners: The 5 Essentials You Need

Horse riding can be a thrilling and, at times, a daunting experience for beginners. Equestrianism isn’t as simple as jumping on a horse and pulling the reins. It is a noble sport that requires knowledge, skills, and lots of practice.

3 Reasons to Hatch Your Eggs Using an Incubator

Nowadays, farmers and hen enthusiasts are using egg incubators to hatch eggs instead of relying on the natural process. This is because once a hen lays over her eggs, they are quite likely to be restless and fussy over adjusting themselves, and in the process, the hen often becomes neglectful.

Poultry Breeders: Can Your Chicks be Taught How to Free-Range?

7 out of 10 poultry farmers believe that raising free-range chickens is the best option. What’s your take on this?

It doesn’t matter which side of the debate you’re on. Poultry farmers might never agree whether free-ranging chicken is a good strategy or not. But one thing’s for sure, it definitely produces a happier and healthier flock.