By now you’ve sat in on at least one Go To Meeting, while you work from home…  and they can be, well…  boring.

A California farm wants to change that, by allowing their farm animals to join in on video conference meetings.

Sweet Farm has llamas, cows, pigs, turkeys, sheep and goats, who will pop in on your meeting (that’s “pop,” with one ‘o’).

The “Goat 2 Meeting” initiative has several options, from a virtual tour of the farm (for $65) to a $250 donation – for a private corporate virtual tour of the farm.  However, if you’re an educator you can get the tour for free.

Sweet Farm founders, Salpeter and Anna Sweet, say they have received hundreds of meeting requests and most of the time animals join into casual meetings, mainly with children.

See the full story, HERE.

 

[Editor’s Note:  Zoom is under federal investigation due to lack of protection from hackers.]

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