Welcome to the Farm!

Imagine seeing a goat, llama or sheep join in on that next Zoom work meeting. A California farm is making it happen. They had to stop on-site programs due to the coronavirus so they decided to go virtual to stay afloat. For 65-bucks, barnyard animals can share the screen with Zoomers isolated at home. They've been requested at least 300 times and have even been invited to Fortune 500 firms.