Australian Cane Farmers Association
The Australian Cane Farmers began in 1907 as an association of farmers and millers known then as the Australian Sugar Producers Association. In 1987 the company decided that the milling half would split off to form the Australian Sugar Milling Council, while the farming half was renamed the Australian Cane Farmers Association (ACFA).
The ACFA is a grass roots, voluntary organisation driven by its cane farmer-based membership. ACFA is an Australia-wide organisation, providing services to members spanning from Far North Queensland to Northern New South Wales.
The Function of ACFA is to further the interests of its cane farmer members and to communicate with industry and government on their behalf.