Dairy farming and Hectare are the subject areas of her Agriculture study. Her Forage studies intersect with other subjects such as Silage and Perennial plant. As part of her studies on Silage, Laurence Shalloo often connects relevant subjects like Agronomy. Her research on Agronomy frequently links to adjacent areas such as Dry matter. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Perennial plant and Forage through her research. Her research ties Dairy cattle and Animal science together. She brings together Agricultural science and Agricultural economics to produce work in her papers. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Agricultural economics and Agricultural science in her work. Ecology is frequently linked to Greenhouse gas in her study.
Her Herd research focuses on Animal science and how it connects with Dairy cattle, Milk production and Stocking. Laurence Shalloo integrates Agricultural science with Agricultural economics in her study. Laurence Shalloo brings together Agricultural economics and Agricultural science to produce work in her papers. Many of her studies on Agronomy involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Pasture. She performs multidisciplinary study on Pasture and Grazing in her works. Laurence Shalloo frequently studies issues relating to Agronomy and Grazing. Her Ecology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Greenhouse gas. Her studies link Ecology with Greenhouse gas. Her Ice calving research extends to Genetics, which is thematically connected.
Many of her studies on Animal science involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Herd. Her Herd study typically links adjacent topics like Animal science. In her study, Laurence Shalloo carries out multidisciplinary Pasture and Agriculture research. She merges Agriculture with Hectare in her research. Her study in Pasture extends to Agronomy with its themes. Laurence Shalloo integrates Ecology and Sustainability in her studies. Her work blends Sustainability and Ecology studies together. Agricultural science and Agronomy are two areas of study in which Laurence Shalloo engages in interdisciplinary work. In her work, Laurence Shalloo performs multidisciplinary research in Macroeconomics and Production (economics).
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A review of whole farm systems models of greenhouse gas emissions from beef and dairy cattle production systems
P. Crosson;L. Shalloo;D. O’Brien;D. O’Brien;G.J. Lanigan.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2011)
Optimising financial return from grazing in temperate pastures.
P. Dillon;J. R. Roche;L. Shalloo;B. Horan.
Utilisation of grazed grass in temperate animal systems. Proceedings of a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Cork, Ireland, July 2005 (2005)
Description and Validation of the Moorepark Dairy System Model
L. Shalloo;L. Shalloo;P. Dillon;M. Rath;M. Wallace.
Journal of Dairy Science (2004)
A life cycle assessment of seasonal grass-based and confinement dairy farms
Donal O’Brien;Donal O’Brien;Laurence Shalloo;Joe Patton;Frank Buckley.
Agricultural Systems (2012)
A systems approach to quantify greenhouse gas fluxes from pastoral dairy production as affected by management regime
D.K. Lovett;L. Shalloo;L. Shalloo;P. Dillon;F.P. O’Mara.
Agricultural Systems (2006)
Invited review: The economic impact and control of paratuberculosis in cattle
A.B. Garcia;Laurence Shalloo.
Journal of Dairy Science (2015)
Future outlook for the Irish dairy industry: a study of international competitiveness, influence of international trade reform and requirement for change
Pat Dillon;Thia Hennessy;Laurence Shalloo;Fiona Thorne.
International Journal of Dairy Technology (2008)
Simulation modelling of the cost of producing and utilising feeds for ruminants on Irish farms.
E. Finneran;P. Crosson;P. O'Kiely;L. Shalloo.
Journal of Farm Management (2010)
Factors associated with profitability in pasture-based systems of milk production.
L. Hanrahan;L. Hanrahan;N. McHugh;T. Hennessy;B. Moran.
Journal of Dairy Science (2018)
A case study of the carbon footprint of milk from high-performing confinement and grass-based dairy farms
D. O’Brien;J.L. Capper;P.C. Garnsworthy;C. Grainger.
Journal of Dairy Science (2014)
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