How much is a bushel in KG?
|1 bushel of corn||56 pounds||25.40 kg|
|1 bag of corn||60 kg||2.36210 bushels|
|1 bushel/acre||62.77 kg/ha|
|1,00 dolar/bushel||2.3621 dolar/bag|
How do you convert lbs to bushels?
Converting Grain Units
- BARLEY (48 lb/bu) 1 bushel = .021772 metric ton. 1 metric ton = 45.9296 bushels.
- CORN & SORGHUM (56 lb/bu) 1 bushel = .0254 metric ton. 1 metric ton = 39.368 bushels.
- WHEAT & SOYBEANS (60 lb/bu) 1 bushel = .0272155 metric ton. 1 metric ton = 36.7437 bushels. Note on Tons:
How many pounds is a bushel?
Section 600.TABLE B Standard Weight Per Bushel for Agricultural Commodities
|Alfalfa Seed||Per Bushel||60 Pounds|
|Apples, Dried||Per Bushel||24 Pounds|
|Barley||Per Bushel||48 Pounds|
|Beans, Green or String||Per Bushel||24 Pounds|
|Beans, Soy||Per Bushel||60 Pounds|
Is a bushel weight or volume?
A bushel is a volume measurement. Specifically, a volume bushel is the equivalent of 1.244 cubic feet (normally, a figure of 1.25 cubic feet is used). Looking at it another way, there are 4 pecks or 32 quarts in a bushel. Test weight is a measure of the weight of grain (usually expressed in pounds) per volume bushel.
How many pieces are in a bushel?
1 bushel is equal to 4 pecks. 1 bushel is equal to 0.3048 barrels.
How many bushels are in a canola tonne?
Bushel Equivalents Per Tonne
|Faba Beans 2||36.7440|
What measurement is BU?
A bushel (abbreviation: bsh. or bu.) is an imperial and US customary unit of volume based upon an earlier measure of dry capacity. The old bushel is equal to 2 kennings (obsolete), 4 pecks, or 8 dry gallons, and was used mostly for agricultural products, such as wheat.
What is the bushel weight of canola?
Crop Bushel Weights
|Crested Wheat Grass||22||100.200|
Is bushel a weight?
Bushels are now most often used as units of mass or weight rather than of volume. The bushels in which grains are bought and sold on commodity markets or at local grain elevators, and for reports of grain production, are all units of weight.
What is the quantity of a bushel?
The U.S. level bushel (or struck bushel) is equal to 2,150.42 cubic inches (35,245.38 cubic cm) and is considered the equivalent of the Winchester bushel, a measure used in England from the 15th century until 1824. A U.S. level bushel is made up of 4 pecks, or 32 dry quarts. Two bushels make up a unit called a strike.