Keith Woodford

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Keith Woodford is an independent consultant who holds honorary positions as Professor of Agri-Food Systems at Lincoln University and Senior Research Fellow at the Contemporary China Research Centre at Victoria University. His archived writings are available at http://keithwoodford.wordpress.com

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Articles by Keith Woodford

27th Sep 17, 1:14pm
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Keith Woodford discusses agri-food disruption risks from synthetic food, seeing New Zealand product futures based on what high-end consumers want, rather than what we produce
Keith Woodford discusses agri-food disruption risks from synthetic food, seeing New Zealand product futures based on what high-end consumers want, rather than what we produce
27th Sep 17, 1:14pm
13th Sep 17, 8:50am
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Keith Woodford discusses how composting barns can provide solutions for New Zealand dairy
Keith Woodford discusses how composting barns can provide solutions for New Zealand dairy
13th Sep 17, 8:50am
28th Aug 17, 8:27am
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Keith Woodford analyses the drivers behind the a2 Milk Company’s remarkable performance and looks to the future
Keith Woodford analyses the drivers behind the a2 Milk Company’s remarkable performance and looks to the future
28th Aug 17, 8:27am
15th Aug 17, 8:32am
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Keith Woodford explores the implications if Mycoplasma bovis becomes established in New Zealand
Keith Woodford explores the implications if Mycoplasma bovis becomes established in New Zealand
15th Aug 17, 8:32am
30th Jul 17, 10:33am
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Keith Woodford argues restating the dairy messages of yesteryear is not the only path to dairy salvation & an open mind is needed on ‘pasture-plus’ opportunities
Keith Woodford argues restating the dairy messages of yesteryear is not the only path to dairy salvation & an open mind is needed on ‘pasture-plus’ opportunities
30th Jul 17, 10:33am
17th Jul 17, 8:09am
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Keith Woodford says the evidence in support of grass-fed milk is complex and liable to great distortion
Keith Woodford says the evidence in support of grass-fed milk is complex and liable to great distortion
17th Jul 17, 8:09am
5th Jul 17, 11:05am
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Keith Woodford explores the changing markets for whole milk powder and the associated conundrum that New Zealand faces
Keith Woodford explores the changing markets for whole milk powder and the associated conundrum that New Zealand faces
5th Jul 17, 11:05am
20th Jun 17, 8:52am
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Keith Woodford sees a changing future for dairy farmers with the rise of A2 milk, demands for non-seasonal production, and an urgent need for a social license from the wider community
Keith Woodford sees a changing future for dairy farmers with the rise of A2 milk, demands for non-seasonal production, and an urgent need for a social license from the wider community
20th Jun 17, 8:52am
7th Jun 17, 8:51am
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Keith Woodford says Dutch dairy farms prosper despite modest subsidies, tight regulation, by a focus on science, highly educated farmers and a strong sense of social responsibility
Keith Woodford says Dutch dairy farms prosper despite modest subsidies, tight regulation, by a focus on science, highly educated farmers and a strong sense of social responsibility
7th Jun 17, 8:51am
30th May 17, 2:23pm
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Keith Woodford says Synlait’s purchase of canning and blending facilities is driven by exponential demand for a2 Platinum infant formula
Keith Woodford says Synlait’s purchase of canning and blending facilities is driven by exponential demand for a2 Platinum infant formula
30th May 17, 2:23pm
22nd May 17, 9:14am
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Keith Woodford says there are lessons to learn from Oregon dairy farming
Keith Woodford says there are lessons to learn from Oregon dairy farming
22nd May 17, 9:14am
9th May 17, 9:48am
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Keith Woodford says that the challenges of finding alternatives to dairying are under-estimated by urban New Zealand
Keith Woodford says that the challenges of finding alternatives to dairying are under-estimated by urban New Zealand
9th May 17, 9:48am
26th Apr 17, 2:17pm
Keith Woodford reflects on fifty years of farming revolution in Canterbury and expects to see ongoing change
Keith Woodford reflects on fifty years of farming revolution in Canterbury and expects to see ongoing change
26th Apr 17, 2:17pm
12th Apr 17, 8:31am
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Keith Woodford says that Synlait is about to become the dominant New Zealand producer of infant formula
Keith Woodford says that Synlait is about to become the dominant New Zealand producer of infant formula
12th Apr 17, 8:31am
27th Mar 17, 8:13pm
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Keith Woodford says Fonterra’s half-year results are solid but it is not all plain sailing ahead
Keith Woodford says Fonterra’s half-year results are solid but it is not all plain sailing ahead
27th Mar 17, 8:13pm
13th Mar 17, 10:42am
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Keith Woodford says the latest downturn in milk powder prices suggests considerable caution is appropriate for next season’s budgets
Keith Woodford says the latest downturn in milk powder prices suggests considerable caution is appropriate for next season’s budgets
13th Mar 17, 10:42am
3rd Mar 17, 2:16pm
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Keith Woodford, a long time watcher of the A2 milk category, sees the sense in the closer tie-up between a2Milk and Synlait
Keith Woodford, a long time watcher of the A2 milk category, sees the sense in the closer tie-up between a2Milk and Synlait
3rd Mar 17, 2:16pm
1st Mar 17, 2:03pm
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Keith Woodford sees the imminent debate about land use on the Christchurch Port Hills full of self-interested positions with forestry, farming, recreation and conservation all in competition
Keith Woodford sees the imminent debate about land use on the Christchurch Port Hills full of self-interested positions with forestry, farming, recreation and conservation all in competition
1st Mar 17, 2:03pm
25th Feb 17, 10:16am
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Keith Woodford chronicles the Christchurch fires, and raises questions about the official response, and how the Port Hills should be replanted
Keith Woodford chronicles the Christchurch fires, and raises questions about the official response, and how the Port Hills should be replanted
25th Feb 17, 10:16am
15th Feb 17, 12:10pm
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Keith Woodford says that the search for new agri-food markets always leads back to China and the ASEAN nations, but there are also lots of opportunities elsewhere
Keith Woodford says that the search for new agri-food markets always leads back to China and the ASEAN nations, but there are also lots of opportunities elsewhere
15th Feb 17, 12:10pm

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