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David Weitzman
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I looked at this post a few minutes ago, and to my surprise there was no question. Nearly all of the topics at the ranch start with a question of some sort. There are a few, 'Check out this new tool' posts, but they aren't common. The rest of this musing does not refer to Sean's post in particular.
The idea of ranchers independently offering the results of their own research or experience without a question seems potentially interesting, but raises the possibility that their would be a lot of reposts or explanations of things that everyone but the poster knew yesterday.
Thought question: Should ranchers offer information or advice that hasn't been requested? If so, what are the possible methods of managing this to prevent clutter and repitition (or perhaps it doesn't need management)?
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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If you've learned something new and or interesting, I say please share it. I've done so a couple of times and conversation related to the topic pursued each time.
If you're concerned about repeating something, try a quick search on the topic first and if you find an equivalent post, maybe bump it to the top adding something new you may have to share.
Of course, the searching here ain't so hot at the moment, so you might not find all related previous posts - but so what? Tell us what you know. All of it. In 500 words or less.
 
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