Nicker Nickel News

12 Sep

Learning Opportunity

Alexandra Kurland, who wrote the first books on clicker training for horses will be giving a clinic in Arkansas on October 28-30, 2017.  I have attended one of her clinics at this location.

23 Aug

Klema Feeds.....Thank you!

We want to thank Klema Feeds in Franksville, WI for being the first retail store to believe in our horse training treats.  They have been selling them since July 1st.   Klema Feeds is a traditional small town feed store with all the charm that goes along with a historical building.  If you are lo

09 Aug

FaceBook - here we are!!!

Nicker Nickels is now on Facebook.  Follow us so you can keep up to date on activities and special offers. Like us at www.facebook.com/NickerNickels/

02 Aug

Appreciated Talent

We would like to thank Emilie Dale Designs who designed our logo and packaging label.  D’Ann Schaefer of Elite Photography by D’Ann spent hours getting just the right pictures for the website.   We appreciate their creative talents !!!  

18 Jul

The Main Event for Caledonia Consevancy

Nicker Nickels was officially introduced to the public on June 24, 2017 at the Caledonia Conservancy’s annual fund raiser “The Mane Event”.  Nicker Nickels was a business sponsor and gave a complimentary bag of treats to all 65 riders who participated and enjoyed a beautiful day of trail riding.

09 Jul

Next recipient program

We are so excited to add Midwest Therapeutic Riding Program of Union Grove, WI as the recipient of 10% of the profits of purchases of Nicker Nickels at Klema Feeds in Franksville, WI.

30 Jun

Special Thanks to Image Management!

Many thanks go to Chad, Kevin, Dylan and Matthew of Image Management, Racine, WI for developing and maintaining our website.  We so appreciate their skills and availability when we need help!

08 Jun

Purchase with a Purpose

We at Nicker Nickels are proud to announce that 10% or more of our profits are donated to Equine Assisted Therapy organizations.

04 Jun

Training Tips

In the past, it was said, “Never feed a horse treats or it will start biting”.  Well, that can be true if a “marker” sound is not used to announce the giving of a treat.