Laurence Shalloo mainly investigates Agronomy, Agricultural science, Profitability index, Ice calving and Milk quota. Her research investigates the connection between Agronomy and topics such as Greenhouse gas that intersect with issues in Agriculture, Environmental engineering and Agricultural economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Production and Management system in addition to Agriculture.
Laurence Shalloo works mostly in the field of Agricultural science, limiting it down to topics relating to Grassland and, in certain cases, Concordance correlation coefficient. In her study, Profit, Valuation and Scale is inextricably linked to Fixed cost, which falls within the broad field of Profitability index. Laurence Shalloo undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Ice calving and Herd in her work.
Laurence Shalloo spends much of her time researching Animal science, Grazing, Agricultural science, Production and Agronomy. Her Herd and Pasture based study, which is part of a larger body of work in Animal science, is frequently linked to Ice calving, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Agricultural science research integrates issues from Profitability index, Seasonality, Dairy industry, Payment and Milk quota.
Her Profitability index study combines topics in areas such as Agricultural economics, Net profit, Profit, Return on investment and Fixed cost. In her study, Environmental engineering is strongly linked to Greenhouse gas, which falls under the umbrella field of Production. The Agronomy study combines topics in areas such as Temperate climate and Milk production.
Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Grazing, Pasture, Pasture based and Production. Her research investigates the connection with Animal science and areas like Hectare which intersect with concerns in Profitability index, Weaning, Flock and Greenhouse gas. As part of the same scientific family, Laurence Shalloo usually focuses on Grazing, concentrating on Dry matter and intersecting with Grazed pasture and Dairy cattle.
Her Pasture research focuses on subjects like Animal welfare, which are linked to Cow milk. Her Production study incorporates themes from Quality, Stocking rate, Product and Agricultural science. Her study looks at the relationship between Silage and topics such as Milk quota, which overlap with Dairy farming.
Animal science, Grazing, Agricultural science, Production and Pasture are her primary areas of study. Many of her research projects under Animal science are closely connected to Parity with Parity, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. As a part of the same scientific family, Laurence Shalloo mostly works in the field of Grazing, focusing on Dry matter and, on occasion, Grazed pasture.
Her work carried out in the field of Agricultural science brings together such families of science as Water use, Herd and Environmental engineering. Her Herd research incorporates elements of Profit, Profitability index, Production model and Confidence interval. Laurence Shalloo combines subjects such as Profit and Ammonia emission with her study of Production.
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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)
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)
Invited review: The economic impact and control of paratuberculosis in cattle
A.B. Garcia;Laurence Shalloo.
Journal of Dairy Science (2015)
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)
Economic comparison of divergent strains of Holstein-Friesian cows in various pasture-based production systems.
S. McCarthy;B. Horan;P. Dillon;P. O’Connor.
Journal of Dairy Science (2007)
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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