A trained operator can apply Numnuts in 2-3 seconds

We believe the marginal additional time taken to push the local anaesthetic injection plunger on the Numnuts tool is offset by the improved ergonomics and reduced RSI associated with using our unique innovative tool for applying rings to the tail and scrotum at marking.

Numnuts engineers worked beside veterinarians, stockpersons, shepherds and farmers to ensure that Numnuts is safe, fast and practical to use by animal handlers familiar with marking lambs.


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