Hi, I’m Ryan, and I am selling you the best tasting nut there is: the hickory nut.

That’s me, Ryan, doing the backstroke in some hickory nuts.

Unfortunately I didn’t harvest 2022.

I’m sad to say that I was not able to harvest during the 2022 season. With so many things going on I just wasn’t able to devote any time to hickory nuts.

I still have some shagbarks from 2021.

They are the lowest price I’ve ever had. They are $10/lb for Grade A. I just added Grade B for $5/lb.

If you want to stock up on shagbark hickory nuts. You might like the new price point of $65 for 8 pounds of Grade A hickory nuts!

To order just select “Select options” below.

Shagbark Hickory Nuts

Man, do I love hickory nuts! There is no other nut that compares.

drawing of hickory nut
I even draw hickory nuts in my spare time!
  • Eat them raw
  • You can bake with them.
  • Make a delicious milk
  • make syrup
  • use the shells to smoke meat

I like to make a big pile of them and dump it into my mouth!

These hickory nuts were harvested in the autumn of 2021 from the 500+ hickory trees that I have mapped.

I lovingly separate out the Grade A nuts. You can read more about the process here or watch my YouTube channel where I’m chronicling my experience harvesting, processing, and selling hickory nuts.

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I do not sell shelled hickory nuts!

Unfortunately, I don’t sell shelled hickory nuts at this time. I really wish I did! As you probably know, it is work to shell hickory nuts. There’s just no way around it. I deal with hundreds of pounds of hickory nuts every season. It just isn’t cost-effective for me to shell the nuts. I think the tedious shelling process is one of the main reasons we haven’t seen them in the grocery store. Well, I’ve eaten a whole lot of hickory nuts, and I’m learning the most efficient ways to process them. Right now, for shagbarks, it’s the Texan York Nut Sheller.

One of my main goals with this business is to figure out a way to mechanize the hickory nut shelling process. I’ll channel my inner Buckminster Fuller and try to invent something. I’ll report back to you soon. If you see hickory nuts in the grocery store, then just know that I did it!

Shagbarks are on sale!

It’s the clear-out-the-storage-containers sale. This is the lowest price for hickory nuts so far!

Call me at 610-910-9764 with questions (You might have better luck emailing me).


Do you want to know more about hickory nuts? Or about what I offer? This is a new page on my site, so please be patient as I build it out.

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Delicious! Nutritious! Wild-Harvested! As natural as it gets! Hickory nuts!

Ben loves hickory nuts!

Why do hickory nuts demand a premium price?

bowl full of cracked hickory nuts
  • They taste amazing, sort of like a maple flavored Pecan (hickory nuts and pecans are in the same genera).
  • The nuts are high in magnesium and iron.
  • Shellbarks prefer being near water.
  • They are particular about where they grow (limestone).
  • The trees take up 25 years before they fruit.
  • The window of harvest is short (a few weeks)
  • They are not commercially available.
  • Harvest is manual and time-consuming.
  • Processing is manual and even more time-consuming.
  • You have to beat the chipmunks, who are racing the squirrels!