Nicholas Meat FYI

Nicholas Meat Sponsors Cooking Class at Sugar Valley Rural Charter School 

April 25, 2022

Article and photos by Amber Morris in The Express, April 23, 2022. Read the article in The Express. The Sugar Valley Rural Charter School Community Engagement Program hosted a cooking class in partnership with the ...


5 Surprising Facts about the Sustainability of Beef and Dairy

April 8, 2022

Earth Day is an annual opportunity to think about what each of us can do to help our planet. To those engaged in food and agriculture, environmental stewardship is a daily commitment. It’s also one ...


Celebrating National Ag Day

March 21, 2022

Agriculture enriches our lives every day. March 22 is National Ag Day, an opportunity to elebrate the contribution of agriculture to our community.


Sustainable Resource Facility featured in Design, Develop, Construct Journal

February 21, 2022

The innovative design of Nicholas Meat’s Sustainable Resource Facility, which is now under construction, is featured in the latest issue of Design Develop Construct Journal. The article highlights advanced techniques of the project that will ...


Winter Nicholas Meat Quarterly Available

February 14, 2022

The Winter edition of Nicholas Meat Quarterly is now available online. February is commonly known as Heart Health Month and we’re happy to report that beef is part of a heart-healthy diet. All beef is ...


How Will Water Be Recycled Through the Sustainable Resource Facility?

February 11, 2022

Recycling water (also known as water reuse or water reclamation), according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is the practice of reclaiming water from a variety of sources, treating it, and reusing it for beneficial ...


What’s the Story on Winter Application of FPR?

February 8, 2022

Many have asked if the land application of Food Processing Residuals (FPR) during periods of inclement winter weather is permitted. Simply put, yes, it is. Nicholas Meat and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) ...


Site Transformed Since Breaking Ground at Sustainable Resource Facility Location

December 29, 2021

Just a year ago, the Nicholas Meat Sustainable Resource Facility (SRF) site was covered in trees and grass and the company was awaiting approval of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPEDES) permit. Today, the 40-plus acre SRF site, located across Hwy. 80 from the Nicholas Meat facility, is transformed into an active construction site that will be home to an innovative and comprehensive environmental management system.


Packer Creates Conservation Area During Building Project

December 27, 2021

Lancaster Farming By Tom Venesky. Nicholas Meat is spending an estimated $50 million on a new waste-to-energy unit, and the company recently added $800,000 to the project to improve the environment. The Loganton, Pennsylvania, building, which will ...


What's Your Beef Temperature?

December 10, 2021

There is no question about what we like for dinner – Beef! You’ll hear a wide range of opinions on the best cuts and the best way to prepare them. No matter what your favorite ...


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