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《Journal of Gansu Agricultural University》 1964-02
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The Feeding Standards of Domestic Animals in Ancient China

S. H. Yang  
The official feeding standards of domestic animals in the military horse farms in the Tang Dynasty in the seventh and the eighth century A.D. are discribed and compared with the mo- dern feeding standards of the Western countries. The daily allowance of different feeds for different animals as set forth in the ancient Chinese feeding standards was varied according to the differences in species, in body sizes, and in their needs during work and lactation. Salt was provided daily. The feeding standards for horses, cattle and sheep are recalculated separ- ately on the modern seientific basis and expressed in terms of the oat feeding unit and tbe diges- tible protein. From the comparison, it has been revealed that the ancient Chinese feeding st- andards are quite close to the modern feeding standards in those respects mentioned above. This is due to the fact that the ancient Chinese feeding standards were formulated on the basis of the practical experiences in animal feeding by the ancient Chinese peasants.
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