Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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I just found out that the local high school science teacher is willing to teach me how, and let me use his classroom microscopes to look for worm loads in fecal samples! SUPER excited about this, because his microscopes are NICE. HOWEVER. I don't want to waste his time with one sample at a time, SO my question is this:

HOW CAN I STORE SAMPLES UNTIL I COLLECT FROM ALL MY GOATS? 

Do I just bag, label and store in a fridge? Freezer? 

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Store in the fridge. Eggs can start to hatch at 50 degrees.

So no freezer?

I've always heard that you should refrigerate it.

OK! Then that's what I'll do. lol 

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