I was padding my order from Poultryman Supply Company so I'd get free shipping and added a product called Blood Stop Powder. Thought it might come in handy for those occasional rooster fights or predator attacks. First they sent me a product from AgriLabs that had an expiration date of 6/07 printed on the side! This container has no caution against using it on food-producing animals. The guy from Poultryman says it's still fine to use, even though it's over a year past its expiration date. Its ingredients are: Iron Sulfate 84%, Carboxy Methylcellulose 5%, Diphenylamine 1%, Corn Starch 10%. Then they sent for a replacement a product from Durvet. The place on the label with the Lot No. & exp. date has been smeared so it's unreadable. Its label does caution "Not for use on food producing animals". Its ingredients are Ferrous Sulfate 84%, Diphenylamine 1%, Chloroxylenol 1%, Tannic Acid 1%, in a free-flowing absorbant base. I'm wondering what y'all think. Would you use the outdated product? Would you use the stuff that cautions against use on food-producing animals? I'm guessing that this product is used mostly on birds who are getting their combs dubbed, but could it be helpful for other types of injuries? It's not worth mailing it back to Poultryman for a refund, I'd have to spend half its worth on return postage. I will NOT be ordering from Poultryman Supply ever again. The free shipping I earned with my $50 order was parcel post! And it's been a real headache trying to get a replacement for the outdated product.