From Farm to Football

Arizona Farm Bureau in cooperation with Hickman’s Family Farms , a proud partner of the Arizona Cardinals, offer classrooms across the state “From Farm to Football.” Provide your students with the opportunity to hear from Arizona Cardinals Player Marcus Golden and learn about the role agriculture plays in his life on and off the field! Students will also be able to pen pal with Arizona Farmers and Ranchers. Check out the Arizona Farm Bureau info page: From Farm to Football


Introducing Our New 100% Recycled PET Egg Container

There’s a new container hitting the shelves. Made entirely from post-consumer PET soda and water bottles at Global Plastics in California, every day millions of water soda and bottles are ground, washed, and formed into containers for Hickman’s Family Farms. Read More


Hickman’s Family Farms Achieves Humane Certification From American Humane

Certification in line with national survey results showing Americans’ overwhelming support for humanely raised food. American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization and the largest certifier of animal welfare in the world, today announced that Hickman’s Family Farms has achieved humane certification for their cage-free eggs through the American Humane Certified™ program.
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New Dietary Guidelines Remove Daily Limit on Cholesterol and Include Eggs in Recommended Eating Patterns

Park Ridge, Ill. (January 7, 2016) –The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) remove a daily limit on dietary cholesterol and include eggs in all three recommended healthy eating patterns, which have been shown to reduce the risk of major chronic health conditions facing Americans.
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Hickman’s Family Farms Announces Major Cage-Free Egg-spansion

Egg producer converting to cage-free
to keep up with market demands


Following McDonald’s announcement yesterday that it will convert to 100% cage-free eggs, Hickman’s Family Farms of Arizona announced today a major, 2 million hen cage-free expansion. 

“Cage free is just the next logical step in providing eggs to our markets and comfort for our hens,” CEO Glenn Hickman says. “Our customers are moving to cage-free faster than the regulatory environment is requiring it, so we want to ensure abundant supplies. It’s the future of our industry and our business.” 

The new facilities will be located at Hickman’s Tonopah and Arlington locations. 

Adds Billy Hickman, VP of operations for the family enterprise: “The science and technology of the new aviary systems allows us to continue to offer the highest quality eggs produced in state of the art facilities.  Our children and grandchildren will be proud to continue the family tradition of producing eggs for consumers in the Southwest.”

Glenn Hickman