Yea, its hard to tell. As long as you rack into your keg while its blanketed with CO2 you have even less O2 to worry about. A little O2 is really not going to do any harm, just give it a few pulls and good will triumph over evil... or something like that.
Secondary: 10gal-Double IPA, 5gal-Pure Apple Cider,
Kegged: 10gal-Christmas Ale, 5gal-Hopped Up Stout, 5gal-Light Rye Ale, 5gal Dunkel Bock
Bottled: DFH 120 Clone (Kicks your A$$)
"Brew happy, brew often, and always brew with friends." -Me
"I dont home brew because I'm poor, I'm poor because I home brew!!!" -Me
"If I ever leave this world alive ill be drinkin up in the sky, with you my friend by my side" RIP B.G.
And always remember friends "Do NOT set yourself on fire"