Dong Anguo 董安國 was the title of an ancient book on agriculture written during the Former Han period 前漢 (206 BCE-8 CE). It is listed in the bibliographical chapter Yiwen zhi 藝文志 of the official dynastic history Hanshu 漢書 and had a length of 16 chapters. Dong Anguo, the presumable author, had the office of Chamberlain for the Capital (neishi 內史), but his dates of life are unknown. Yao Zhenzong 姚振宗 (1842-1906) identified Dong Anguo with a person called Dong Chi 董赤 who lived during the reign of Emperor Wen 漢文帝 (r. 180-157 BCE). This fits with that sovereign's aim to improve farming throughout the empire.
The text was lost at an early point of time.