Volume

# How many gallon in bushel?

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8 gallons in one bushel.

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. . . is that a bushel of feathers, a bushel of cotton, a bushel of wheat, or a bushel of lead pellets? (A bushel is a volume, not a weight.)

A dry, or "corn" gallon, is 1/8 of a bushel, so 8 dry gallons would be a bushel.

I put 7 bushells in a 55 gallon drum. a bushel weighs about 60 pounds. that gives you about 7.6 pounds per bushel. That's the best answer I can give you without weighing it.

to fill a 55 gallon drum with shelled corn multiply by 56 pounds * (Average wt of a bulshel of Corn) .. 5 bushel to a drum...answer is 280 pounds or five bushel

yes...weigh pail contents on scale and use weight per bushel of volume chart

A bushel is the largest unit (size) classification for dry raw goods such as wheat, rye, or barley. A gallon is the largest unit of classification for liquid goods such as milk or orange juice (and yes, orange juice can be commonly sold in gallon sized containers).

Rice comes in by the bushel, not by the gallon. Gallon is a fluid volume measurement, not a means to measure solid particles like grains of rice. And it does depend on the size of the tractor trailer or b-train, as well as the general weight of the rice in terms of bushel size.

A bushel is a measure, just like a gallon, quart or pint. Sizes are in order below Cup Pint = 2 cups Quart = 2 pints Half Gallon = 2 quarts Gallon = 4 quarts Peck = 2 1/3 gallons Bushel = 4 pecks

The typical weight of feed corn (#2 yellow dent corn) is 56 pounds per bushel. By volume, there is about 8 gallons in a bushel. Thus there is 7 pounds in a gallon of corn.

A bushel is determined by weight not by the number. The weight for a bushel of pears is 50 pounds and a bushel of peaches is 48 pounds.

16 cups are in a bushel. 128 cups in a bushel or about 20 quarts

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