Because looking after family farmers is at the heart of our business, here are five steps that producers can consider taking now, to prepare for the inevitable market corrections – and how OBE Organic is helping them.
Australia’s oldest organic beef marketing company, OBE Organic, and the Livestock Biosecurity Network (LBN) have today announced a formal partnership to help cattle producers better manage biosecurity risks and, as such, protect and grow valuable markets.
OBE Organic plans to host dedicated organic Grazing Best Management Practices (BMP) forums every six months after a resounding response from producers at the first OBE Organic Grazing BMP forum.
More than 70 organic beef producers and industry stakeholders attended the forum in Roma on Friday 21 August to be introduced to the Grazing BMP program.
As a company that has a vested interest in maintaining a sustainable beef production business, the team at OBE Organic is particularly focused on supporting youth interested in Australia’s important agriculture industry.
Sarah Rutledge, one of OBE’s Sales & Production Executives, is the company’s resident expert and advocate for engaging youth. Sarah is very active in professional organisations providing training and resources for youth interested in careers in agriculture.
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Australia’s oldest organic beef marketing company, OBE Organic, has announced it is partnering with Grazing BMP to deliver what is thought to be the world’s first best management practices program for organic beef producers.
Australia’s oldest organic beef marketing company, OBE Organic, has moved its General Manager Dalene Wray from Hong Kong back to its Brisbane head office as part of its drive to significantly increase supply within two years.
Ms Wray was based in Hong Kong for five years where she directed efforts to build export markets in Asia, North America and the Middle East.
OBE Organic recently hosted its first Innovation Forum for Australian beef producers. In hopes of attracting more producers of organic beef to meet the growing demand globally, OBE chose to hold the Forum at the Longreach Civic & Cultural Centre in Longreach, Queensland, an area with a large number of beef producers. The Forum brought together over 50 participants – primarily cattle farmers interested in organic production, some traveling several hundred kilometers to attend.