Home Current: Case studies Case studies Many New Zealand primary producers are doing great things — often in the face of challenging circumstances — in an effort to reduce their impact on the climate and move to a more sustainable farm system. View and read their stories here. Craige Mackenzie, Canterbury Mid-Canterbury arable and dairy farmer Craige Mackenzie's philosophy is right input, right quantity, right place, right time—which makes sense for his business and for the land, waterways and climate. Anders & Emily Crofoot, Wairarapa When New Yorkers Anders & Emily Crofoot took over Castlepoint Station on the eastern Wairarapa coast in 1998, they had to make some big adjustments, quickly. Ben and Sarah Troughton, Waikato Waikato dairy farmers Ben and Sarah Troughton are partway through their journey from a high input, high output operation towards a smaller, more diversified and environmentally sustainable system they’re truly proud of.