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I see you are trying to age a bone in piece of meat. Notice how SHARP those bone corners are? Those SHARP corners would even cut through a tough plastic bag – BUT a “tough plastic bag” which UMAi Dry® is NOT. Sorry you didn’t read the advice about protecting those sharp edges. At this point I wouldn’t waste any more UMAi Dry® bags even if I had 100 of them! I’d suggest planning a nice meal very soon with that meat, as it won’t be dry aging with the punctures. Next time if you still want to age a bone in then cover the bone. But OTOH aging a bone-LESS sub-primal produces MUCH better results since the bone-in GREATLY restricts the water loss from the meat which dry aging means.