My Ribeye was moved - should I take it out of current bag and into a new one?

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2 weeks 2 days ago - 2 weeks 2 days ago #15523 by RubberDucky
My brother went into my fridge looking for something and unnecessarily grabbed my Ribeye that has been in it's Umai Dry bag for about 30 or so days. I do not see any obvious rips but I understand that any movement can cause rips in the bag. With that in mind should I wash up and take the ribeye out and put it into a new bag?

I am doing a dry age party In 100 days with a 135 day, 90 day, and 45 day
This one is the 135 day (so another 100 days to go)
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1 week 5 days ago #15524 by RRP
Sorry - I just now saw this post! There is no need to re-bag it and in fact since it had already been in the bag for 30 days then a new bag would not adhere to the meat anyway!
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