On a couple of occasions I or others have voted to close a question off-topic and the poster has responded by saying that the tag he has used exists and therefore he assumed the topic of the question was valid. The most recent example was in relation to the tag ‘animal husbandry’.
Now I am aware that a question can be off-topic even if the subject of the tag is valid, but in this case there was a statement that animal husbandry was off topic. Perhaps that is wrong, or perhaps the problem is that people with a relatively low reputation (300) create new tags to fit a question and that those that are inappropriate escape the tag review process for some reason (lack of personel, low priority?. I am quite unfamiliar with the procedure. Is the system working properly or is there a need for change.