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OBE Finalist in 2007 Rabobank Red Meat Innovation Awards

Each year, Agforce Queensland aims to highlight the best the industry has to offer from producer through to those in the food service industry.

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Big Dry Washed Away

THE drought broke across large tracts of western Queensland at the weekend as a monsoon low delivered rain pastoralists have been waiting nearly seven years to see.

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OBE Beef to attend the World Congress of Young Farmers in Argentina

TEN young farmers have been selected to represent Australia at the World Congress of Young Farmers in Argentina next month, then embark on a Study Tour of Argentina and Brazil.

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Regional QLD communities now enjoying OBE Burgers & Meatballs

We are pleased to make our organic beef burgers and meatballs available to regional Queensland communities through the distribution network of PFD Foodservices.

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OBE launches organic beef burgers and meatballs to the Australian market

OBE Certified Organic Beef Burgers and Certified Organic Meatballs are now available to food service outlets in Australia.

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OBE producers welcome Japanese group to the Channel Country

On Wednesday the 18th April 2007, OBE producers gathered in the outback Queensland town of Birdsville to welcome a group of eleven Japanese visitors. The group had made the long journey from Tokyo to Brisbane and then out to Birdsville .

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OBE Beef welcomes McDonald’s Asia-Pacific Consortium to the Channel Country

On behalf of OBE Beef, Chairman David Brook, welcomed a number of representatives from Mac, (McDonald’s Asia-Pacific Consortium) to Birdsville on Saturday 10th March.

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OBE Beef Pty Ltd Sponsors International Livestock Congress 2007

OBE Beef Pty Ltd was proud to sponsor the International Livestock Congress (ILC) held in Dever Colorado on Jan. 9, 2007. Two representatives from OBE travelled from Australia to attend the congress.

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Flooding plains renew a sunburnt country

Floodwaters across the Georgina-Diamantina catchment around Bedourie and the Coopers Creek catchment near Windorah are moving through the world’s last unregulated wild river system, filling channels that now measure up to 5m deep after being dry for years.

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