Numnuts will be available on a ‘cost per procedure basis’. Numnuts will be competitively priced against current pain relief products.  Australian Wool Innovation’s publication ‘Beyond the Bale’ describes the current price of  pain relief drugs available for use in sheep in Australia. http://beyondthebale.wool.com/?iid=151130#folio=34

In the early years, we expect the cost to be around 65-70c/ dose.

Longer term we are working hard to try to reduce the cost down to about 50c/ dose, but there are complex commercial factors need to be overcome before this is possible.

The team behind Numnuts are actively building relationships with manufacturing, distribution and supply chain partners. Please get in touch if you are interested in delivering pain relief and improving farm animal welfare.  

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