Developing and Establishing Test Protocols for the Objective Sensory Analysis of Malodours from Livestock Sources

Project: MLMMI 98-01-18

Objective

The project involves the standardization of the sensory methodology for quantitative measurement of malodour intensity for laboratory, animal research, and on-site environmental testing. This will provide a new standard test and protocols to evaluate odours and allow meaningful cross-comparisons of the results from different test situations. It will also provide the basis for a provisional standard for regulatory testing.

Performer

Roberta York
University of Manitoba

Details

Status: Completed
Started: 1999-01-06
Completed: 2002-09-10

Funding Partners: who have contributed to MLMMI in support of this project:
HEMS - $16,742
Manitoba Pork Council and industry groups - $21,258

Amount Funded: $38,000.00
Performer Funded: $0.00
Total Cost: $38,000.00

Activity

Interim reports received April 13, 1999, July 7, 1999, and October 8, 1999.
Final report due January 6, 2000.
Received and granted request for extension to June 30, 2000.
Received and granted request for extension to August 31, 2000.
Received and granted request for extension to February 28, 2001.
Received and granted request for extension tied to the delivery of an electronic nose (8 weeks after delivery).
Final report received September 10, 2002.

Summary

The final report for Project 98-01-18 is available upon request. Please contact the MLMMI Office for more information.

Manitoba Pork represents 614 Manitoba hog farms