"Why can't I see a question that I asked?"
If you have asked a question that is the same, or similar to a question that has been previously asked and answered on our site, we may not publish your question. To better enhance your experience, we want you to be able to find your answer quickly.
"Why was my question rejected?"
Our goal for this site is to provide straight forward answers to your questions about eggs and egg farming in Ontario.
We want to answer all of your questions, even the tough ones. Unfortunately, your submission has been rejected because it did not meet our posting policy standards, possibly because:
- It was not asking about eggs or egg farming
- It was not asking a question about eggs in Ontario
- It contains a question, that is the same or similar to a question, that has been previously answered
- It was not a question, but rather a statement of personal belief.
- It contained profanity or graphic material or
- It was submitted from outside of Canada
"How can I get my question removed from the site?"
If at any time you want to have your question removed, please submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and clearly indicate the content you wish to have removed. Please note we may need to contact you for further information.
"What if I have am experiencing technical difficulties with the site? Who can I contact?"
"Who’s answering my question?"
The entire Ontario egg industry is supporting this initiative. Staff at Egg Farmers of Ontario collect the questions and seek advice and knowledge from industry experts to ensure that the most accurate information is provided.
"Why can only people in Canada ask questions?"
Even though many people around the world eat eggs, the egg industry varies drastically between countries due to geographic, economic, regulatory and consumer differences. Our expertise is in the Canadian (and specifically Ontario) industry.
"Why do I have to sign in through Facebook or Twitter to ask my question?"
In order to be able to communicate with you about your question, we need a way to contact you and signing in through your social media accounts helps to facilitate this discussion. Many people may have the same question that you do, so by signing in to Facebook or Twitter, it allows for the answer to be easily shared on your social media to help spread the word and make sure more people are able to make informed purchasing decisions.
"How does this Question and Answer site work?"
Our goal is to provide personal answers to any questions you ask us about everything eggs in Ontario. It is simple, here's how it works:
- Ask us your question.
Get the ball rolling by using our website to ask us a question about eggs and egg farming in Ontario. You'll need to sign in through Facebook or Twitter so we can let you know when we’ve received and answered your question.
- Get your answer.
Our team will start working on your answer as soon as possible. This could take up to a few days, just know that we're working on it! We'll send you a message the moment we post your answer to the site.