KNUTSFORD, UNITED KINGDOM - DECEMBER 13: Alpacas graze on a field owned by farmer Khanikhah Guy at her country small holding on December 12, 2007, near the village of Pickmere, Knutsford, England. Alpacas are part of the camelids family and originate from the Andes. They are much sought after for their wool and coats which make high quality clothes and garments. Khanikhah's products and animals have become popular with the affluent and celebrity set of Cheshire with Alpacas becoming the latest new designer pet and costing up to GBP 5000. Socks made from the wool are her top selling Christmas present from her Artemis Alpacas Farm Shop. Shearing of the animals wool is done annually by a skilled shearer who flies to the UK from New Zealand. None of her animals are slaughtered for their fleeces and are only used after a natural death. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
This is awesome. There is now a farm that is offering appearances in your video chat from Sweet Farm’s llamas, goats, and other farm animals. The project, called Goat 2 Meeting.
With more employers turning to video calls on Zoom and Google Hangouts to make up for the lack of face-to-face meetings.
Since Goat 2 Meeting started over 300 requests have been made.
People can pay anywhere from $65 to $250 for various interactions with the animals. For $65, you get a 20-minute virtual tour of the farm for up to six call participants. For a bigger meeting, you can pay $100 for a 10-minute animal cameo or $250 for a 25-minute virtual tour.
To book your Goat 2 Meeting Click Here