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Emma-Louise Coffey

Programme Co-ordinator Professional Diploma in Dairy Farm Management

Research Interests

Profitable and sustainable grass based dairy production systems Role of crossbreeding within dairy breeding strategies

Education

PhD in Dairy Science, University College Dublin 2017

Bachelor of Agricultural Science, University College Dublin 2013

The Dairy Edge Podcast - Teagasc weekly dairy podcast 

Coffey, E.L., B. Horan, R.D. Evans and D.P. Berry (2016). Milk production and fertility performance of Holstein, Friesian, and Jersey cows and their respective crosses in seasonal-calving commercial farms. Journal of Dairy Science 99:5681-5689.

Coffey, E.L., L. Delaby, S. Fitzgerald, N. Galvin, K.M. Pierce and B. Horan (2017). Effect of stocking rate and animal genotype on dry matter intake, milk production, body weight, and body condition score in spring-calving, grass fed dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 100: 7556-7568.

Coffey, E.L., L. Delaby, C. Fleming, K.M. Pierce and B.Horan (2018). Multi-year evaluation of stocking rate and animal genotype on milk production per hectare within intensive pasture-based production systems. Journal of Dairy Science 101: 2448-2462

Coffey, E.L., Horan, B., Evans R.D., Pierce, K.M. and Berry, D.P. (2014). Production performance of Holstein-Friesian, Jersey and Holstein-Friesian x Jersey cow in the Irish dairy herd. In: Agricultural Research Forum, Tullamore Co.Offaly, 10-Mar-2014, 63

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