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Home Forums DIET & CARE Freezing pellets

This topic contains 4sd replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  LittlePuffyTail 1 year, 2 months ago.

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    WendyK
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    QUESTION: Does anyone freeze pellets in order to keep them fresh? Thanks.


    #1880575

    Harley&Thumper
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    I think freezing them might make them expire sooner honestly. Just store them in a place without moisture and they should last months.


    #1880606

    kurottabun
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    Hmm I’ve not heard of anyone doing that. It would probably allow moisture to seep in though which like H&T said may make them go bad sooner.

    I have Oxbow pellets and the bag is resealable. I fill up a separate airtight container with the pellets and use that to feed Kurotta everyday, while keeping the original bag sealed at all times until it’s time to refill the container again.


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    Butterscotch
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    I store my pellets in an airtight container (a 25lb icing container that works gets and they give to me) and that works great!


    #1880674

    LittlePuffyTail
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    I store mine in the fridge. I’ve read it helps the pellets stay fresher. Never heard about freezing them, though.


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