Nicky Farms: Raised by Ranchers. Coveted by Chefs.
Save the Date!
The Meatiest Celebration in the NW Returns
Wild About Game 2016, the meatiest celebration in the Northwest, is a mere 5 months away - October 2 at Resort at the Mountain in Welches, OR. This is the chance to rub shoulders with some of the top chefs, restaurateurs and food purveyors in the Northwest, and get an insider's view of the local food industry. For one of the signature features of the event we've have assembled an incredible line up of chefs for our epic Portland vs. Seattle Game Cooking Competition.
We are also curating a mouth-watering array of food and beverage artisans to bring our attendees the best bites and sips in our Artisan Marketplace.
If you have been, you know this is the food event of the year. If you haven't been, join us to see what the fuss is all about. Tickets go on sale July 5. Keep tuned for more details.
2015 Wild About Game Recap
The Complete Guide to The Meatiest Celebration in the NW
Wild About Game is our signature event of the year. It's our chance to celebrate the chefs, vendors and food industry partners who make Nicky so successful. From the Game Cooking Competition to the Artisan Marketplace, Wild About Game gives attendees an insiders view of the Northwest's vibrant food scene.
We'll be announcing details of this year's event in the coming weeks. In the meantime, take a look through the recap of last year's event and see what the fuss is all about. It was a spectacular day filled with the best bites and sips from the best chefs and food artisans in a beautiful setting at The Resort at the Mountain in Welches, OR.
Click here to view the recap and to see sponsorship opportunities for 2016's Wild About Game. WAG2015_Recap_FNL_LR
Nicky Farms Oregon Grass-Fed Bison
Truly Local, Truly American, Truly Delicious
Another week, another 8 head of our Nicky Farms Oregon Grass-Fed Bison expertly butchered and ready for sale. Working with the whole animal gives us a nice range of cuts and price points, including these meaty short ribs, to suit any menu. The meat is clean with a hint of sweetness and a nice mineral finish. Place your order soon for this special treat before it's gone. Truly local, trulyAmerican, truly delicious.
Introducing Nicky Farms Jerky
Grass-Fed Oregon Bison & Water Buffalo 5 Spice
Nicky Farms is thrilled to introduce two flavors of premium jerky featuring two of our signature proteins. Our Nicky farms Water Buffalo 5 Spice is rich with the flavors of the classic Chinese spice mix, has a good hit of chile heat and a touch of tongue tingling Szechuan pepper. The Nicky Farms Oregon Grass-Fed Bison is seasoned with a kiss of smoke and sweetness for a traditional jerky flavor profile.
Our jerky is the perfect power protein snack for any occasion. Portable, convenient and most importantly delicious, our game jerky is competitively priced with traditional jerky proteins and an exceeptional value when compared to specialty or other game jerky. We are selling our jerky in a 3 oz. package for $8.50 each at our warehouse or $7.35 each when you buy a case. Suggested retail price for those who want to stock it is $10.99-$11.99 per pack. Consider that Patagonia is selling a grass-fed bison jerky at 2 oz. for $10.
The unique protein choices and flavor profiles of our jerkys are produced to appeal to consumers who appreciate a quality and healthful product that stands out from the crowd.
Nicky USA 25th Anniversary Video
A Look At Where We Came From & Where We Are Today
Has it really been 25 years? Hard to believe. It seems like yesterday that owner & founder Geoff Latham was selling just rabbits out of the back of his Ford Escort to a few intrepid chefs that were the beginning of the Portland food revolution. Join us for a look at a little at Nicky's history and where we are today serving hundreds of great customers across the Pacific Northwest.
Many thanks to the chefs, purveyors and Nicky staff for their time in the making of this video. Huge thanks to Nolan Video Works for their generosity and professionalism - if you want Portland's best videographer look no further.