Hello, I just purchased a Rhino vaccine for a 5-month pregnant mare. I took it out of the fridge expecting to go administer the shot, but ended up not making it to the barn that day. I left the vaccine in the car overnight in a garage, where it probably got down to the upper teens or low 20's in degrees F. The package says "avoid freezing". It didn't actually freeze, as I can see the air bubble moving freely. Can anyone tell me whether the vaccine is still good to use, or am I out the $13 and need to get another? I'm not so concerned about the $13, it's just an inconvenient drive to get another one. Thank you, Den
If you're sure it didn't freeze, then you're probably OK. If you have doubts, another $13 is a safe investment...
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