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Farmer John's Murals at the Clougherty Packing Company

3049 E. Vernon Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90058-1800
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Classic Americana Piggy ...

Those piggy murals really do upgrade the meat processing facility of Farmer John's in Vernon / LA... read more

Reviewed 22 November 2015
David B L
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Los Angeles, California
Terrible!

These murals make it appear that everything that goes on here is done in a kind and loving way. If... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2015
Beverly M
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Beverly Hills, California
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21 Nov 2015
“Classic Americana Piggy ...”
23 Jul 2015
“Terrible!”
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Reviewed 22 November 2015

Those piggy murals really do upgrade the meat processing facility of Farmer John's in Vernon / LA as you drive by. The scenic portrayals of pig farmers, pigs and life on the farm takes a full time team to keep up. Nice art in working...More

1  Thank David B L
Reviewed 24 July 2015

These murals make it appear that everything that goes on here is done in a kind and loving way. If you've ever seen, read or done any research into slaughter houses you'd know how horribly inhumane and cruel they are. Trucks with screaming, terrified pigs...More

4  Thank Beverly M
Reviewed 17 March 2015

well ,it`s better than gang murals .but behind the scenes ,We all know what goes on here.Just like all Slaughter houses. But we eat those products everyday,not realizing how tortured the Animals are. Or not caring ,as long as there is Food on our plate....More

Thank stoney5226
Reviewed 25 February 2015 via mobile

These totally cool and fun murals are just as enjoyable now as when I first saw them eons ago. It may be that cruel practices go on behind those walls, but I enjoy the murals as much as ever.

1  Thank CarmichaelVentura
Reviewed 11 July 2013

This place depicts false images.Behind these beautiful murals are animals being tortured. Don't support this horrific company.

6  Thank Ryanne P
Reviewed 24 April 2013

I can't believe anyone liked this. Six thousand pigs are slaughtered everyday..in the most horrendous and unspeakable ways. Even if you have no sympathy towards the abuse these animals suffer up until their death, please consider the environmental impact of supporting a business such as...More

7  Thank Skitikuk
Reviewed 9 October 2012

Slaughterhouse - for pigs. Not pig Disneyland. Awful. I am shocked that anyone actually likes this "attraction".

15  Thank HartfordWoman
Reviewed 5 January 2012

Take your time seeing the amazing one-of-a-kind artwork on these walls! Truly amazing what an artist's eye can conceive. Very well spent afternoon. Small children around us got kinda bored and cranky, but older kids/teens thru adults will greatly appreciate such colorful works of art...More

2  Thank brian s
Reviewed 2 January 2008

This is a hidden gem in the Greater Los Angeles area. I grew up in Los Angeles and remember my mother driving by this mural on her way to the Sears Tower. The Folky, humorous art always made me smile. For tourists headed from Los...More

6  Thank Beau5150
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Cncku
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