Hickman's Family Farms...
Hickman's Family Farms has provided fresh eggs since 1944.
From of a flock of less than 500 in Grandma Hickman's back yard to our current flock of laying hens in environmentally friendly, automated houses - we've gotten bigger and better over the years.
Regardless of change and progress, we remain committed to the Hickman basic business formula: good service and excellent quality at a fair price. continued...
Hickman’s Family Farms will partner with some of the most favorite breakfast restaurants in the Valley and around the state to celebrate the sixth annual PJs & Eggs on October 10, 2014. We will also celebrate World Egg Day.
The annual “breakfast for dinner event” was started in 2009 to benefit Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA) foster care programs statewide.
Article by Taylor Goldenstein of The Arizona Republic Newspaper and azcentral.com
New, transparent egg cartons are helping Hickman’s Family Farms keep cracked or damaged eggs off store shelves.
The plastic container has a hard bottom that holds the eggs in place and is covered by film instead of a lid. Plastic separators come up a couple of inches above the egg so the packages can be stacked.
Clint on "Loos Trails and Tales" radio show 7-30-13
Clint Hickman was interviewed recently by 10-year old Lindsi Loos (daughter of Trent Loos) on "Loos Trails and Tales." Clint answered Lindsi's questions about egg farming. (Hickman's also purchased her steer.)
These items were from the Dirty Jobs “Egg Farm” episode! Good egg Clint Hickman donated a Hickman's Family Farms t-shirt and cap – signed by Mike.
*** The winning Ebay bid for the Hickman's T-shirt and hat autographed by Mike Rowe was $501.01! Thanks to everybody who put in a bid and supported Mike's efforts. We were happy to be a part of it.***
The proceeds of selling Mike’s C.R.A.P. (Collectibles Rare and Precious) benefit the mikeroweWORKS Foundation and help fund scholarships for those who take the time to learn a skill and master a trade. Information on the mikeroweWORKS Scholarship.
(Excerpt from the Dirty Jobs Season 3, Episode 19 "Egg Farm")
Also see www.mikerowe.com
Glenn Hickman is a 4th generation native Arizonan, and a 3rd generation poultry farmer. His parents, Bill and Gertie (Valenzuela) Hickman, raised five children and produced millions of eggs from their farms.
Today Glenn enjoys working alongside his parents and three of his siblings - Billy, Clint and Sharman - managing the family farms. The family has focused on transforming the original “backyard” egg operation into a 6.5 million hen enterprise with farms in Arizona, California, and Colorado, and customers from Nebraska to Hawaii. Hickman’s Family Farms have been providing fresh, safe eggs to consumers for 69 years.
April 11, 2013, Clint Hickman was a guest this morning on The Morning Scramble (on AZTV weekdays from 8:00AM-9:00AM) with Pat McMahon.
Clint L. Hickman is the newest Maricopa County supervisor, unanimously selected today by the other supervisors.
Hickman, vice president of sales and marketing at Hickman’s Family Farms, the largest egg producer in Arizona and one of the top 20 in the nation, brings a third new face with a solid business background to the board since January.
Hickman replaces Supervisor Max W. Wilson, who retired from the board March 11 on the advice of his family and physician. Hickman will serve until the next general election in November 2014, when he will face election to serve the remaining two years of Wilson’s four-year term.
Talk about 'mood lighting' for a nice dinner... The sunset at Hickman’s Feed Mill.
Clint on KTAR Rosie on the House radio show 2-2-13
Clint answers some popular FAQs: grading eggs [8:05];
brown vs. white eggs, blood spots and double yolks [18:40]
Hickman’s Family Farms launched its new Feed Mill on November 29. Among the guests attending the event in Arlington, Arizona was Governor Janice K. Brewer. - Go to photo gallery
Billy Hickman of Hickman's Family Farms presents his remarks at the official grand opening of the Hickman's Feed Mill in Arlington, Arizona on November 29, 2012.
Glenn Hickman, CEO of Hickman's Family Farms, presents his remarks at the official grand opening of the Hickman's Feed Mill in Arlington, Arizona on November 29, 2012.
Governor Jan Brewer presents a proclamation to the Hickman family and Hickman's Family Farms at the official grand opening of the Hickman's Feed Mill on November 29, 2012.
Coverage by Fox 10 News, including remarks made by Governor Jan Brewer and Hickman's Family Farms president, Glenn Hickman.
On Tuesday, December 4, Hickman’s expert team of employee volunteers cooked and served a hot meal to guests in St. Vincent de Paul's Dan O’Meara Dining Hall in Phoenix. Jan D'Atri -- much-loved media personality, author, and chef -- also joined the crew behind the omelet pans. Included in the meal were dairy products donated by Shamrock Foods Company, and meat products donated by Bar-S Foods. All food preparation, serving, and clean-up was provided by employees and their families of Hickman’s Family Farms.