Now you can make your Zoom office meetings fun by getting a farm animal on board by signing up for Sweet Farm’s Goat 2 Meeting feature. By Tanvi Jain

 

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Sweet Farms in Silicon Valley has come up with a new way to add some fun to your long work meetings being conducted remotely on platforms such as Zoom these days. For under USD 100, the farm is offering a cameo appearance of its llamas, goats and other animals in your video chat. The purpose of this Goat 2 Meeting project is to break the monotony, by involving farm animals in your conference calls. 

The Goat 2 Meeting project that kicked off in mid-March, has already received over 300 requests, and many of the farm animals have also appeared during Zoom meetings in many big companies. Some of the popular animals, maximum in demand include goats, sheep, pigs, cows, turkeys, and llamas. While for USD 65, you get a 20minute virtual tour, along with six call participants for interaction with the animals. For USD 100, the farm gives a 10minute animal cameo and a 25-minute virtual tour for USD 250. The bookings can be made on the sweet farm website. 

 

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The farm is also reportedly offering virtual tours of the field to many schools and nonprofit organisations for free. In fact, it has already done it for schools in the UK and Brazil, and are soon likely to do it for a shelter home in North Carolina as well.  

Need a fresh face to brighten up your video conference meetings? Want a fun experience for an online Happy Hour? Looking for a virtual tour? The Sweet Farm Animal Ambassadors are here for you,” said Sweet Farms In a statement on its official website. 

 

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Complete lockdown amid COVID-19 outbreak has barred people from meeting with each other in person. The need to self-quarantine has left companies with no other option, but to allow employees to work from home. Lack of socialising and personal interaction has resulted in many opting for video calls such as on Skype, WhatsApp, Face Time, and Zoom used by most big corporate firms for team meetings.  

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