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LANZHOU Wholesale Red Sox Jerseys , March 20 (Xinhua) -- Doctors in China have long given patients traditional herbal remedies, but farmers are also starting to feed them to livestock in the belief that it improves the meat.

Lambs given traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in Longxi County of Guansu Province, the center of TCM production, are selling well.

Zhang Mingxiang pioneered raising lambs on a herbal diet, and more than 150 sheep farmers in Longxi have joined his Shengyuan Farmers' Cooperative.

Zhang uses common TCM ingredients including the plant dangshen, astragalus roots and Chinese angelica in his lamb feed. "These common herbs are just as effective on animals as on humans," he said.

Zhang started to feed lambs self-concocted herbal mixtures in 2014, carefully balancing the ingredients so their smell would not be off-putting to the sheep. His tests gained support from local farming institutions.

Research by Gansu Agriculture University found Zhang's concoctions can make lamb meat tender, improve its smell and reduce fat.

TCM-fed lambs sell for 10 to 20 yuan (around 1.5 to 3 U.S. dollars) more per pound than standard lambs.

The four Longxi farms using TCM feed sold lamb worth 12 million yuan last year, according to Li Wenbin, deputy director of Longxi's animal husbandry service center.

"The lamb with a herbal diet is considered a premium product," said Li.

Zhang added, "People care about their health so much now, so the market potential for my lamb is great."

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BEIJING, April 29 (Xinhua) -- President Xi Jinping said Friday that China should ensure sound economic development by sticking to the policies of the Communist Party of China (CPC) amid economic headwinds.

China has had a good start to the year so far following efforts in supply-side structural reform while appropriately expanding overall demand, according to a statement issued after a meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, chaired by Xi, also general secretary of the CPC Central Committee.

In the first three months, major indicators showed that the economy was operating in a reasonable range, the statement said. The growth of gross domestic product, urban job creation and incomes of urban and rural residents all met the targets.

China's GDP grew 6.7 percent in the first quarter, slowing from 6.9-percent growth in the preceding quarter but still in line with the official target of "a range of 6.5 to 7 percent growth" for 2016.

"There remains relatively high downward pressure on the economy," the statement read, citing difficulty for brick-and-mortar businesses and growing market risks.

Equanimity, targeted measures and preparedness for a long-term battle against the problems are needed, the statement said.

China will adhere to proactive fiscal policy and prudent monetary policy, continue to foster new growth drivers while transforming and upgrading traditional ones, the statement said.

China's three traditional drivers -- investment, consumption and exports -- are losing steam as the country trades quantity for quality in growth. However, innovation and entrepreneurship are thriving across China, offering hope that an economy characterized by quality growth is within reach.

In 2015, 4.4 million new enterprises were registered, or 12,000 every day. China led the world in invention patent applications for the fifth consecutive year last year, with 1.1 million filings, up 18.7 percent.

The service industry is thriving, accounting for 56.9 percent of GDP in the first quarter, improving on 54.9 percent for the same period last year and 50.5 percent for 2015.

To push the economy forward, the five principles of innovation, coordination, green growth, opening up, and sharing should be a guide for action. The five major tasks of cutting overcapacity, destocking, deleveraging, reducing corporate costs and shoring up weak spots should be implemented, according to the statement.

Macroeconomic policies should be more targeted, the statement said, highlighting the need to ensure healthy development of the stock market and protect investors' interests.

The exchange rate of the Chinese currency, the renminbi, should stay basically stable, and an exchange system based on market supply-demand metrics, two-way floating and flexibility will gradually take shape, the statement said.

The statement also highlighted other economic efforts including ensuring workers' reemployment amid China's economic revamping, deepening reform of state-owned enterprises, and attracting more foreign investment by opening China further.

BERLIN, March 8 (Xinhua) -- Schalke and Monchengladbach played out a 1-1 stalemate at the first leg in UEFA Europa League's round of the last 16 on Wednesday.

Borussia Monchengladbach took the lead through Jonas Hofmann before Schalke's Guido Burgstaller cancelled out the opener to secure his side a 1-1 draw on home soil.

The "Royal Blues" took the reins from the kick off as Leon Goretzka and Johannes Geis approached Monchengladbach's goal area dangerously in the opening period.

Despite Schalke's dominant start into the encounter, it were the visitors who broke the deadlock through Jonas Hofmann, who made use of Lars Stindl's through ball to beat onrushing Ralf Faehrmann from close range in the 15th minute.

Markus Weinzierl's men remained unimpressed and responded just 10 minutes later. The hosts forced a turnover in the midfield and Leon Goretzka unleashed a pass into path, which allowed Guido Burgstaller to slot home into the far post corner.

Schalke almost grabbed the lead before the break but Monchengladbach's goalkeeper Yann Sommer tipped Johannes Geis' free kick from 28 meters around the post.

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