Yes - but make sure the feed is cold before it is transported, and is kept cold during transport. This will slow down or stop the growth of harmful bacteria.
- Prepare feeds as normal, cool quickly and place in the refrigerator (no warmer than 5ºC).
- Immediately before you leave home, remove the cold feeds from the refrigerator and place in a cool bag with ice packs.
- You can then place the feeds in a refrigerator at your destination, or re-warm a feed when you need one.
If your trip is longer than two hours, you may not be able to keep the pre-prepared feeds cold. In this case, you should prepare feeds as you need them.
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