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Elodie Ruelle

Post Doctoral Research Officer

Research Interests

Modelling dairy system, intake at grazing, nutrition systems, grass growth modelling, data management

Current Projects

  • Developing a whole farm model for grazing dairy systems
  • Developing a grass growth model for grazing systems reacting to management condition as well as soil type and weathers.
  • Prediction of grass growth using forecast.


PhD in Agriculture and food science University College Dublin
Master and agronomic engineer degree in modelling of biologic system from the university of Rennes 1 and Agrocampus-Ouest

Ruelle, E., Shalloo, L., Wallace, M., & Delaby, L. (2015). Development and evaluation of the pasture-based herd dynamic milk (PBHDM) model for dairy systems. European Journal of Agronomy71, 106-114.

E Ruelle, L Delaby, M Wallace and L Shalloo (2016). Development and evaluation of the herd dynamic milk model with focus on the individual cow component. Animals, 10(12), 1986-1997.

Hanrahan, L., Geoghegan, A., O'Donovan, M., Griffith, V., Ruelle, E., Wallace, M., & Shalloo, L. (2017). PastureBase Ireland: A grassland decision support system and national database. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 136, 193-201.

O’Neill, B. F., Ruelle, E., O’Donovan, M., Shalloo, L., Mulligan, F. J., Boland, T. M. and Lewis, E. (2014). Adaptation and evaluation of the GrazeIn model of grass dry matter intake and milk yield prediction for grazing dairy cows. Animal8(04), 596-609.