May 1, 2020
Agricultural Zoom backgrounds that bring the farm to you
By Laura Bardot
Whether you’re a work-from-home veteran or temporarily sequestered to your kitchen table, chances are you’ve been on more video calls in the last month than you were on last year. The unique times we’re living in have put more value on the digital tools at our disposal than ever before, which brings its own set of challenges.
If you’re growing tired of your home office backdrop, or maybe facing distractions from pets, kids, your spouse (or all of the above), we have a solution.
We have gathered some agriculture-centered Zoom backgrounds to help things feel a little bit more peaceful while you are sheltering in place. Taken 100% by AdFarmers and the various rural scenes we inhabit, these backdrops are sure to spark some great conversations about agriculture on your next Zoom call. Whether you choose pasture cattle or scenic grain harvest, we hope these backgrounds can help ease the stress from some chaotic kids or pestering pets.
Maybe you’d like to find yourself in a lush green pasture surrounded by grazing cattle.
Or perhaps you’d rather be sitting in a prairie canola field.
Whatever your preference, we hope you find the perfect farm backdrop to make your next video call a little better.
Here’s how to get your one-of-a-kind agricultural background from AdFarm:
- Click here to access the folder of background options
- Double click on the image you would like to download
- In the upper right-hand corner, click on the download icon
- Log into Zoom, open your account settings and ensure the “Virtual Background” option is toggled on
- In your next video call, click the up arrow next to the video icon and select “Choose Virtual Background”
- Go to your downloads or image folder and select the AdFarm background of your choice
Having trouble? Try this guide to virtual backgrounds from Zoom.
Photography by AdFarmers Laura Bardot, Zenon Andryo and Rosie Thoni.
Laura Bardot is a PR and Content Specialist for AdFarm. She is a fifth-generation farm kid with a profound enthusiasm for the Midwest, cattle and Texas Red Dirt music.