Eep! Frozen dewormer?

Discussion in 'Dairy Goat Info' started by BethW, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. BethW

    BethW New Member

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    I put a brand new bottle of Dectomax in the door of the fridge a few weeks ago. Pulled it out today, and there were ice crystals in it :help2

    Is it still usable once I get it to room temp? Or should I play it safe and buy a new bottle?
     
  2. Chaty

    Chaty New Member

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    It should be safe..the warehouses where they keep it can get colder than our fridges...does it say anywhere on the label about freezing? Mine get frozen out in the feed room and they still work.
     

  3. BethW

    BethW New Member

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    Thanks Kathy. It only says to keep it below 86°F. Nothing about freezing.

    Since it's hard to keep up with what needs to be temp controlled and what doesn't, I just put everything in the fridge unless the directions say otherwise. Time to rethink that :blush
     
  4. Kaye White

    Kaye White New Member

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    If there's a problem with it freezing...it will be on the lable.
    :rofl Think of how many bottles are on ranches for cattle and I bet they're not in the refrig./house, probably more like in the tool boxes of ranch trucks.?? Same with some of the vet trucks around here. Very few have heated boxes. ;)
    Kaye