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 This embodiment provides an intelligent sheep breeding system including a central control system, an information collection system, an intelligent access control system, and an adaptive feeding system set in a sheep farm. The sheep farm is composed of sheep shed 4 and other areas. Part of the composition, the sheep house 4 area is provided with evenly distributed sheep houses 4 and an outside activity area at the outer end. The central control system includes a central control room 1 and an upper computer, and the upper computer is located in the central control room 1. The host computer is the control center of the entire intelligent sheep farm feeding system. It stores all ear tag information databases in the sheep farm, receives electronic tag readers and various sensor information in the sheep farm, and performs automatic control operations on the sheep farm facilities;
 The information collection system includes an ear tag installed on the ear of a sheep, a first electronic tag reader 2 for detecting the ear tag, and an upper computer database connected to the ear tag. The ear tag is an electronic tag that can store identification information, and the upper computer database The electronic tag information in the ear tags of all sheep in the entire sheep farm is stored inside, and the corresponding electronic tag is provided with information files for each sheep to update the relevant information of the sheep;
 The intelligent access control system includes a house-entry road system, a classification system, a weighing system, and a broadcasting system. The house-entry road system includes a shed and pastoral road 31 set at the outer end of the sheep farm, and an entrance connected to the shed and pastoral road 31. The narrow road 32 and the sheep shed passage 33 installed in the sheep shed 4 area; the classification system includes the isolation door system and the sheep classification area 5, and the classification system is installed between the entrance narrow road 32 and the sheep shed passage 33; The weighing system includes a ground weighing sensor 34 arranged in the flock classification area 5 and a WLAN wireless network transmission receiver connected to the ground weighing sensor 34. The ground weighing sensor 34 transmits the receiver and the weight of the sheep through the WLAN wireless network. The information is uploaded to the upper computer and stored in the upper computer database;
 The adaptive feeding system includes an automatic feeding device, a feeding and feeding device, and an automatic lifting device. The automatic feeding device includes a feeding bin 6 and a lifting block 61. The feeding and feeding device includes a main conveyor belt 62, A secondary conveyor belt 63, an automatic steering mechanism 64 and a forage recycling mechanism 65. The automatic lifting device includes a lifting feeding shed 66 installed at the upper ends of the main conveyor belt 62 and the secondary conveyor belt 63.
 The huishe pastoral road 31 is arranged around the sheep farm, and the huishe pastoral road 31 is wider and located between the pasture grass and the narrow entrance road 32, which is the road for the sheep to pass from the grassland back to the sheep farm; The narrow road 32 is a narrow road with a width only for one sheep to pass through in turn. It is located between the Huishe and Shepherd Road 31 and the isolation gate to enter the sheep farm. It is connected to the Huishe and Shepherd Road 31 and belongs to the process of the sheep returning to the sheep shed 4. The only way to go, the narrow entrance 32 can reduce the density of the flock, making the flock from a disorderly gathering form to a sequential form of queuing; both sides of the sheep house passage 33 are fenced by metal fences, The height of the metal fence is higher than the height of the sheep, and the entrance door 43 of each sheep house 4 corresponds to a unique sheep house passage 33 without crossing. The channel 33 of the sheep shed corresponds to the outside activity area in front of the sheep shed 4. There is no barrier between the entrance door 43 and the outside activity area. The sheep can follow the sheep shelter passage 33 all the way to the outside activity area. The outside activity area is an open space in front of the sheep house 4, which is an area where sheep can move and eat freely.
 The isolation door system includes a first isolation door 35 and a second isolation door 36, and a flock isolation area arranged between the first isolation door 35 and the second isolation door 36. The flock classification area 5 It is a square enclosed area surrounded by fences and gates. There are several entrance doors 43 on the north and east sides of the sheep classification area 5 corresponding to the sheep house 4. Each entrance door 43 passes through the sheep house passage 33 and Sheep house 4 is connected, the south of flock classification area 5 is connected with the narrow entrance 32, and the west side of flock classification area 5 is the exit gate 45 for the sheep to pass through when they leave the shed for grazing. The flock entry and exit roads are separated to facilitate management; the flock classification area 5 is equipped with a second infrared sensor 42 on the left railing near the second isolation door 36 to detect whether sheep enter this area; the flock classification area 5 A second electronic tag reader 4643 is installed on the right railing close to the second isolation door 36, which is used to read the information and identity information of the sheep entering the flock classification area 5 sheep shed 4, the second infrared sensor 42 and the second electronic The tag reader 4643 is transmitted to the upper computer through the zigbee network.
 The first isolation door 35 and the second isolation door 36 are arranged between the narrow entrance 32 and the flock classification area 5. The first isolation door 35 is provided with a second isolation door 35 on the side away from the second isolation door 36. One isolation door reader 37, the second isolation door 36 is located on the side of the flock isolation area with a second isolation door reader 38, the flock isolation area is far from the second isolation door reader 38 The first infrared sensor 39 is provided on one side of the, the first isolation door reader 37, the second isolation door reader 38 and the infrared sensor are connected to the upper computer in the central control room 1 through the zigbee wireless network, and the upper computer The first isolation gate 35 and the second isolation gate 36 are controlled by the control circuit. Specifically, when the sheep is approaching the first isolation door reader 37 in the narrow entry lane 32, the first isolation door reader 37 reads the electronic tag information of the sheep belonging to the sheep farm and opens the first isolation door 35. When the sheep enters the flock isolation area, the first infrared sensor 39 set in the flock isolation area is triggered, and the host computer controls the first isolation door 35 to close, and then the sheep in the flock isolation area triggers the second isolation door reader 38. The upper computer controls the second isolation door 36 to open, and the sheep enters the flock classification area 5. After the second infrared sensor 42 detects the sheep, the second isolation door 36 is closed immediately.
 The broadcasting system includes the counting system of the upper computer and the broadcasting horn 41 arranged in the flock classification area 5. After the sheep enters the flock classification area 5, the second infrared sensor 42 in the flock classification area 5 is triggered and the upper computer starts Timing, if the sheep stays longer than the predetermined time specified in advance by the host computer, play sounds such as wolf howling that can drive the sheep away, prompting the sheep to leave the flock classification area 5 as soon as possible and enter the corresponding open house 4 where it is located Door 43, the side of the house door 43 close to one end of the sheep house passage 33 is equipped with a house house sensor 44. When the sheep enters the sheep house passage 33, the house house sensor 44 turns off the broadcast horn 41 by connecting the upper computer; at the same time, because every time There is one and only one sheep entering the flock classification area 5, so after triggering the second electronic tag reader 4643 in the flock classification area 5, the upper computer will count at the same time to count the number of the sample sheep. When the counter does not count again after the time specified by the host computer arrives, the host computer compares the current count value with the total number of sheep in the sheep farm in the database. If the number is consistent, the count is over, and if the number is inconsistent, it indicates that there are sheep lost. The host computer controls the broadcast horn 41 to issue an alarm and prompt which sheep corresponds to the ear tag that has not been read, prompting the staff to manually search for the sheep.
 The feeding bin 6 is connected to the main conveyor belt 62 by a conveyor belt. The lifting baffle 61 is installed on the discharge port of the feeding bin 6, and the lifting baffle 61 is connected to the upper computer to control the raising and lowering of the motor. After the lane 31, after the ear tag triggers the sensing point of the first electronic label reader 2, the upper computer controls the baffle to retract, so that the forage will enter the main conveyor 62 from the feeding bin 6 to realize automatic feeding; the main conveyor 62 and secondary The conveyor belts 63 are distributed in a tree shape, and the automatic steering mechanism 64 is used as a connecting device connecting the main and secondary conveyor belts 63 and conveys the forage to each group of secondary conveyor belts 63 in a predetermined transfer order, through the main conveyor belt 62 and each group of secondary conveyor belts 63 The sensor at the end point is connected to the host computer to control the start and stop of the conveyor belt and the operation of the automatic steering mechanism 64. The automatic steering mechanism 64 is a rotatable conveyor belt that can rotate 90 degrees and 180 degrees to the left and right. The feeding process The secondary conveyor belt 63 is conveyed with a medium priority, and after all the secondary conveyor belts 63 have been conveyed, they are conveyed along the main conveyor belt 62 to the next part. Both the main conveyor belt 62 and the secondary conveyor belt 63 are equipped with forage recovery devices to recover forage that has not been eaten by sheep. The main conveyor belt 62 and the secondary conveyor belt 63 are not only used for feeding, but also as a trough for the sheep to eat. All sheep houses 4.
 The lifting feeding shed 66 starts up and down through the upper computer control circuit. The lifting feeding shed 66 is an arched metal cover placed above the main conveyor belt 62 and each secondary conveyor belt 63. The lifting feeding shed 66 includes a motor and Support frame, the lifting feeding shed 66 is connected to the motor through the steel wire to drive up and down; when the adaptive feeding system starts to work, the lifting feeding shed 66 will be lowered to the lowest point to cover the conveyor belt, and the upper computer counts The counter in the system stops counting after the start and exceeds the specified time. The upper computer controls the lifting feeding shed 66 on all conveyor belts to rise at the same time. The feeding process time is calculated in advance through experiments, so it can catch the last sheep. Feeding is completed before entering the flock classification zone 5.
 The basic principles and main features and advantages of the present invention have been shown and described above. Those skilled in the industry should understand that the present invention is not limited by the foregoing embodiments. The foregoing embodiments and descriptions only illustrate the principles of the present invention. Without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention, the present invention may have Various changes and improvements, these changes and improvements fall within the scope of the claimed invention. The scope of protection claimed by the present invention is defined by the appended claims and their equivalents.