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This question does not have a definitive answer, because it depends on the size of the ears of corn. The best judgment would average between 40-60 ears of corn. The most c…ommon farmer's measurement used for the sale of bushels of sweet corn would be four dozen (48 ears of corn) per bushel. An ear of corn comes in various sizes, depending on several factors -- the hybrid variety (such as Golden Queen, Candy Corn, Silver Queen, Bodacious, etc.), the weather during the growing season (a drier season may produce a smaller ear, but be just as sweet and filled-out as corn produced during a wetter season). So a bushel of smaller corn may not appear as full as a bushel of a larger-earred corn). Regarding the sale of feed corn (corn used to feed animals), we use the standard farmer's measurement of four dozen. But when we sell sweet corn (corn used for cooking to feed humans) to our own customers, we count out a "bushel" as 54 ears -- 4 1/2 dozen.
The average yield of corn per acre in Pennsylvania is approximately 150 bushels. The average soybean yield is 40 bushels per acre.
35.71 if you're talking about shelled, dried field corn.
The worldwide average is about 82 bushels per acre.
Probably 80,000 kernels in a bushel of corn. AnswerKernel sizes can vary widely depending on a number of factors, but a reasonable average would be around 80,000.
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Around 140 bushels per acre. See http://www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Minnesota/Publications/County_Estimates/2009/corn09.pdf
For the 2009 crop season, Texas' average corn yield was 108 bushels per acre.
It can vary a lot depending on seed size, but 120,000 is a decent approximation.
Usually 155 to 160 bushels per acre, but 2009 was a pretty good year and pushed the state average up to 171 bu/ac.
Around 150 bushels per acre average in 2010 according to Farm World: Corn yield was off greatly from 2009 figures in all Farm World states except Michigan, where it increase…d from 148 to 150 bushels per acre in 2010.
It so depends on the part of the country you are in, rainfall, sunshine, chemicals used if any. A farmer on 100 acres can have good crop where the farmer in the next could hav…e poor crops. Depending on the care of the soil between plantings. Crop rotation is not as important anymore when you have your soils tested and then apply what is necessary.
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One bushel of dried, shelled field corn = 56 pounds = 25.40117272 kilograms