But, the way you get attacked for having an opinion that differs from yours, makes me understand why people would not bother to post anything positive or for that matter anything at all.
I believe someone else in thread mentioned this, but have you read the "Read this First" sticky at the top of the forum? Here's a link:
This board states its opinion on what it sees as appropriate breeding practices for border collies quite openly.
I have read this thread from the beginning and do not feel that you have been "attacked" in any way. You posted on a board with a clearly stated breeding philosophy tooting the horn of what can, IMO, only be defined as a puppy mill or backyard breeder and then wonder why people here don't agree with you?
We all love our dogs here. Regardless of whether we work stock, do agility, flyball, or obedience, or if they are nothing more that a wonderfully devoted pet. The issue is that the breeder that you purchased your BC from does not breed her dogs based on their ability to work livestock at a high level, which is the measuring stick that should be used to make a breeding decision.