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Here’s How You Can Invite Any Farm Animal To Your Next Video Call

If you need your spirits lifted, this is something that will surely brighten your day and will make you chuckle too! It involves farm animals…

Nowadays, everyone is using Zoom to either continue learning or working.

Some people are even using the platform to video chat with friends and family who they can’t see right now.

Well, what if I told you that you can make your Zoom meetings even more interesting rather than just saying hi to your human friends.

You can now include a Llama, Goat, Cow or any other farm animal of your choosing to join your professional meetings or casual conversations!

Thanks to Sweet Farm in Half Moon Bay, California, you can have a little bit more fun when it comes to your Zoom calls!

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This farm sanctuary in California will let you invite a llama or goat to your next video meeting: Tired of seeing the same old faces in every Zoom meeting? Don't be a cow-ard, invite a farm animal to join. Sweet Farm, an animal sanctuary in Half Moon Bay, California, is offering people all over the world the opportunity to invite a llama, goat, cow or other farm animal to make a cameo appearance on a live video call. The Silicon Valley non-profit launched its "Goat 2 Meeting" initiative on March 25. Their mission is simple: educate people on the negative impacts of industrialized farming while giving them something to smile about. "After the coronavirus happened and shelter in place went into effect, we had to completely rethink the way we were driving revenue and executing our mission," Nate Salpeter, Sweet Farm co-founder, told CNN. "Our board member, Jon Azoff, came up with the idea and said, 'You know, we're having so many company meetings and happy hours but they're all boring. What if we could get a goat or llama on the call'?" In less than a month, Sweet Farm has already completed more than 100 calls and received more than 500 additional requests. The response has been "phenomenal," Salpeter said, adding that their call schedule is filled until June. The animal cameos start at $65 for a 20-minute appearance on a personal call with up to six people. For $100, an animal will appear on a corporate call for 10 minutes with unlimited participants. Those who book can choose from a range of farm animals, including a cow, goat, llama, pig, sheep, or turkey. Corporations that want a longer or more interactive experience can pay $250 for a 25-minute session with an animal or $750 for a VIP tour of the farm. Proceeds from "Goat 2 Meetings" will help support Sweet Farm in its mission to rescue farm animals and educate the public about industrialized farming. It also helps cover the cost of free calls offered to teachers and students. A mission to spread joy and awareness The farm animals — which have so far joined streaming birthday parties, happy hours, coffee breaks and corporate meetings — come from "very bad situations," said Salpeter.

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The programs is called “Goat 2 Meeting” and you can schedule your time slot of your choosing here.

Their overall mission is to not only make people smile, but to also educate on the negative impacts of industrialized farming.

You can also schedule a virtual tour with an introduction of the animals living on the farm, now that’s one way to spice up a mandatory meeting!

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“Our board member, Jon Azoff, came up with the idea and said, ‘You know, we’re having so many company meetings and happy hours but they’re all boring. What if we could get a goat or llama on the call’, said Nate Salpeter, Sweet Farm Co-founder, told CNN.

Nate Salpeter

All proceeds will go towards the farm’s mission to rescue farm animals! However, teachers and students will receive free calls from the farm. You can check out specific prices here on their website!

“With animals, everything is totally unscripted,” said Salpeter. “People’s spirits get lifted for just a little bit in this crazy, crazy time when people drastically need it.”

Nate Salpeter

Sweet Farm’s new program has become so widely popular that their schedule is booked until June!

People love animals what can I say, and who wouldn’t enjoy a Llama munching on his lunch while your discussing important meetings with your boss!

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