Leave our farms alone: Lambert

February 11, 2019

A website detailing the location and contact details of Australian farms has caused outrage in the industry with farm groups saying it is an invasion of privacy.

The Conservative Party abhors uninvited intrusions on individual privacy and wants to enshrine property rights as part of its Protected Freedoms Act, to be introduced this year.

The Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert says the people behind the website are radical animal activists who are demanding farmers have a 'social licence' to do what 'society' approves of them doing on their own private farm land," he said, "The Senate needs senators who understand the real agenda - the socialist takeover of your right to farm."

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