‘Don’t come around my place. Take the camera out of my face,’ the farmer can be heard saying in the 7News footage.
And while the trio spoke amicably at first, it wasn’t long before the situation escalated.
‘Look, if you don’t want to eat meat, by all means go and protest wherever you like,’ the farmer can be heard saying.
‘I’m a primary producer, I’m feeding most of the world.
‘A lot of people don’t complain, it’s only guys like you, so I suggest you move on.
He adds: ‘I’ll give her one minute to get rid of [the camera] or I’ll remove it from you.
‘Call the cops, because this is ridiculous. Move on mate.
‘You get the f*** out of my place, get the f*** out of my place.’
The footage then appears to show Mr Parravacini reach into the car and make contact with Mr Warden. The angry farmer then goes into his house, emerging with a firearm.
‘He’s got a gun, he just shot, he just shot bullets. He just shot bullets,’ the vegans say, before realising that the gun and shots weren’t aimed at them.
Later, vegan James Warden told 7News the clash was very concerning.
‘It is dangerous, and these farming communities are an echo chamber for this kind of violence,’ he said.
‘It does not surprise me they are now targeting and acting in violence towards human beings.’
However farmer Jason Parravacini says he was provoked by the protestors.
‘They are just fabricating story after story, people have just had enough, if people want to be vegan by all means be vegan, that’s their choice but just leave us alone,’ he told 7News.
Police are now investigating the incident, however Mr Parravacini said he would’ve never shot at the vegans.
‘Not for a minute would I want to hurt anyone else, you have to be crazy,’ he said.