Even if you were just driving by, you may have noticed a large, bloody inflatable pig out front.
It wasn't there just for show, it was there to make a statement.
"I was appalled. I mean, it's totally unacceptable," says Heather Barnes, a passerby who saw the large display.
For sixty minutes, two men clad in high-end threads stood seriously, with very serious allegations.
Phil Letten, campaign coordinator for Mercy For Animals says, "Confining mother pigs into these tiny stalls, where they are unable to even turn around or lie down comfortably for their entire lives is simply out of step with most Americans basic values."
Mercy For Animals is an organization based out of Los Angeles fighting for animal rights. They say investigations have unconvered the pork sold in Walmart stores comes from factory farms where the pigs are not only neglected, but tortured and abused.
Letten adds, "Basically, every other major food provider in the country has come out in opposition to gestation crates except for Walmart and it is unacceptable."
Walmart responded in a statement to us today saying in part, "This is a complicated issue and there are different points of view.....we hold our suppliers to the highest standards and do not tolerate animal mistreatment."
Locals have mixed reactions.
"I think that there's a lot more going on in the world. I think that there's slavery going on in the world and if people had the same passion for other humans, a lot more could be getting done," says Kimberly Chaffey, a Walmart shopper.
Barnes says, "I won't spend any more money here. They're a big enough company to know. They should be checking into their suppliers, what they're doing."
The group plans to take its display to other Walmarts across the nation, carrying the same message to shoppers in other states.