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Re: Mike Reed's NOBS food



I stand corrected. My Hikari products say to use in 90 days for best
results. With no preservative compounds
added (like most pharmaceuticals) all bets are off. There
might still be protein/trace element benefits, however.
Bill
forest at copper_net

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From: <Edd.Kray at rf_doe.gov>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 4:47 PM
Subject: Re: Mike Reed's NOBS food


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> Advice from my veterinarian is to never purchase any more ffish food than
> you can use in 6 months. She believes that many of the vitamins
deteriorate
> within that period and  what your feeding is not as valuable as it may
> smell.
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> My trout chow is over 10 years old and it still smells fresh. If it goes
> bad, you should be able to smell rancidity. I keep mine in plastic bags in
> the refrigerator.
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