Consumers around the world are asking for more organic food products. Australia acknowledges that market need and is trying to position itself to take advantage of this opportunity in an even bigger way. In fact, The Australian Government has made a $4 billion commitment to increasing Australia’s agricultural competitiveness.
Australia’s Channel Country, in the pure heart of the Australian Outback, is one of OBE Organic’s primary cattle production regions. It’s an exciting time as many of our cattle stations have had an unusual amount of rain in the past six months. As a result, native grasses and herbs are blooming, the landscape is a [...]
Allana McIntyre joined the OBE team as a Sales and Production Executive in March 2017.
Since completing a Bachelor of Agribusiness with the University of Queensland (UQ) in 2011, Allana has worked in roles which have allowed her to pursue her interest in food and fibre. These roles included work within the meat wholesale and horticultural [...]
During January OBE Organic debuted its new Reserve range of organic, grass fed beef in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia at Hilton Brisbane. OBE’s beef was showcased during Hilton’s F&B Masters event for the Australasia region.
The annual event is a competition that allows Hilton staff from Australia, New Zealand and Fiji to showcase their talents to management [...]
Adding value to cattle producers around key topics like farm safety is one of the many ways we’re helping organic beef producers flourish. Having better safety measures in place on cattle stations can translate into more productive, efficient, and profitable enterprises for graziers – and stop the very high number of accidents that happen on [...]
Brisbane, QLD. 23 January 2017 – OBE Organic, Australia’s oldest organic beef marketing company, will launch its new OBE Organic Reserve range at the annual F&B Masters event hosted this year at Hilton Brisbane 23-24 January.
OBE Organic’s new Reserve range is made up of the company’s limited edition, certified organic, grass-fed beef resulting [...]
It’s a good time to be in the organic beef business. For those of us with cattle in the Outback, it’s especially a good time as a recent series of rainfall has dramatically changed the landscape and is currently nourishing our cattle with the very best Mother Nature has to offer.
Australia’s oldest organic beef marketing company, OBE Organic, has underlined its commitment to organic cattle producers with the appointment of Lake Eyre Basin organic cattle producer Sharon Betts to its Board.
Sharon Betts, who runs approximately 10,000 head of organic cattle at her family properties at “Epsilon” Queensland and “Mungerannie” SA, joins founding organic producer Directors [...]