I see a lot of posts by people in this particular forum as well as the others where theirs is the only post and no one bothered to answer. Maybe they were asking silly questions in someone's opinion, but I think if people take the time to post, they ought to get an answer or just do away with the forums! It is hit or miss whether one is answered or not.
Sandy Posted From: 126.96.36.199
Posted on Saturday, July 12, 2003 - 10:35 am:
I would like to respond to this post by saying that I am one of the people who have posted questions before and have never gotten an answer.
And honestly, I believe it could be due to the fact that maybe no one has an answer! Or maybe they may have an idea, but do not want to post it for fear of giving someone bad advice.
I have been posting on and reading this forum for a couple of years now, and for the most part have found it very informative and helpful.
Anonymous Posted From: 188.8.131.52
Posted on Monday, July 14, 2003 - 08:57 pm:
It's probably worth considering that the people that take the time to answer the questions on this forum do so out of the kindness of their hearts and for nothing! If you have a question that is important enough that you are going to complain if nobody answers it, you should perhaps be paying a veterinarian to get an answer rather than giving people that do a tremendous amount to help others for nothing a hard time!
It's also worth considering that it is the breeding season in the Northern hemisphere, and the people that normally do take the time to answer the questions are probably REALLY BUSY as a result!
On top of that, a lot of the questions that I have seen that have not been answered here in fact would be answered if the person took the time to read the articles page instead of just asking the question here!!
I love this forum! I hope the web site owners ignore you and do NOT do away with it!!
reckless Posted From: 184.108.40.206
Posted on Monday, July 21, 2003 - 08:28 pm:
I totally agree with the last "Anonymous"! Just browsing this Forum I see the same questions posted over and over. This is NOT the only source of information on equine repro. There are tons of books on breeding, most of the major vet schools have a number of articles online and, if you are in a big rush -- contact a qualified vet!! Besides, although Jos is very educated and well-informed on equine repro, not every poster is. I guess what I'm saying, is that just because it's posted on the Net doesn't make it true or correct!
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