Spray trial

18 May, 2005 08:45 PM

THE analgesic and antiseptic mulesing spray developed by the Australian Wool Growers Association (AWGA) will be used in trials in WA over the next three months.

The spray works as an antiseptic pain relief and stops bleeding and is in the review process that will determine its commercial status.

Research company Animal Ethics developed the spray in conjunction with AWGA and managing director Allan Gifford was confident it would reach the commercial stage.

³As a part of the registration process we are required to do more extensive, full scale trials which will happen in the next three months and will include WA,² Mr Gifford said.

³We are hopeful that we should have the go-ahead within six to nine months¹ time.²


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