We have never had a bag of dry dog food go bad on us - not in 30 years!
Since all the recalls of the last few years, though, we make sure to check the BEST BEFORE / EXPIRY date on every bag before we buy it. I attach the store receipt to the bag, and label the bag both with the purchase date as well as the date we actually opened it. We have 2 bins that we store the food in( 2 of the dogs eat one food, the 3rd one eats a different one) , and I keep the empty bags folded up in the closet until we move on to a new bag.
We have found almost expired as well as actually expired bags a couple of times - Maybe that is your problem.
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