I haven't found a post on this, so I'm hoping someone can chime in. I have about a third of a bag (maybe 10 lbs.) of medicated chick starter from early last Spring. I certainly won't be using any of that again before next year, and I didn't feel it would stay fresh enough to save. I tried to advertise locally to give it to someone who might need it, but wasn't successful. So here it sits. If it were unmedicated I wouldn't feel bad about dumping it in the woods on my property for the birds/deer/whatever to eat (and no, it wouldn't be anywhere near the coop), but because it's medicated I'm concerned it would do harm. Would anyone like to share an opinion about this? How old is too old for starter crumbles, and should I just put it in the trash? Thanks.