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# How many grains of wheat in a bushel?

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5,000 grains of wheat in a bushel

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60 pounds. As far as I know, this is defined by U.S. law. (Other grains will have different weights per bushel.)

. . . 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.)

59.4 lbs. Other grains very since a U.S. bushel is measure of size and not weight.

1,305,000 grains per bushel Figure comes from 45 pounds of rice per bushel: 29,000 grains of rice per pound This only works with long grain rice

1 bushel equals 60lbs of wheat. I'm guessing it's the same for wheat flour.

One bushel of wheat weighs approximately 60 pounds. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 42 pounds of white flour. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 60 pounds of whole-wheat flour. http://www.kswheat.com/general.asp?id=104

Bushels are now most often used as units of mass or weight rather than of volume!!!! Wheat and Corn are measured by the Bushel! One Bushel of Wheat is equal to 27.21829069134458 Kilos! One Bushel of Corn is equal to 25.39998628400741 Kilos!

According to the US law, one bushel of wheat is 60 pounds, and 60 pounds equal roughly 27.2 kilograms.

The price received by farmers for all wheat in 2011 averaged \$7.44/bushel. A record high price (\$8.02/bushel) occurred in 2008. Prices declined to \$5.30/bushel in 2009 and \$5.12/bushel in 2010. Durum wheat prices average \$5.80/bushel in 2011. Hard red winter wheat prices (\$7.04/bushel) and hard red spring prices (\$8.38/bushel) were also near record levels. Prices for soft red winter wheat (\$6.79/bushel), all white wheat (\$6.59/bushel), and durum wheat (\$9.20/bushel) were also very strong.

There are no grains of flour in a wheat seed. Wheat must be milled (ground) to produce flour.

One bushel of wheat weighs approximately 60 pounds. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 42 pounds of white flour. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 60 pounds of whole-wheat flour. http://www.kswheat.com/general.asp?id=104

A bushel is a measure of volume, not weight. It is used as a measure of the volume of dry commodities (like wheat), not liquids. So the weight of a bushel of something in kilograms depends on what that thing is. For example, a bushel of wheat weighs about 27kg but a bushel of barley only weighs 21kg and this varies depending of the moisture content.

well, theres 60 pounds of wheat in a bushel, and a bushel could make max 95 loaves of bread... so multiply that! :)

"Wheat at 13.5% moisture by weight ... : 60 lb = 27.2155422 kg"

33 1/3 bushels of wheat makes one ton.

60, according to US and Canada standards.

How much flour a bushel of wheat yields depends on the type of flour being made. A bushel of wheat will produce about 45 pounds of white flour or around 60 pounds of whole wheat flour.

Wheat can vary from 10,000 to 20,000 kernels per pound, but if one assumes the middle rate at 15,000 per pound, then there would be about 900,000 kernels in a bushel.

A bushel is a measurement used for wheat, not flour. However, a bushel of wheat weighs about sixty pounds. This would make about sixty pound of wheat flour, but only 42 pounds of white flour.

A bushel is a measure of dry volume, that is the volume of a non-liquid substance. It is used particularly in relation to grain commodities (Oats, Barley, Wheat, etc). As the bushel is a specified volume and each grain has a certain density, the actual weight varies between the grains; however, the weight of a bushel of each grain has been standardised (and legislated) for use in the commodity markets, for example one bushel of: Barley - 48 lb, Wheat - 60 lb. But note, that different legislators can define different weights for the same commodity, eg in USA a bushel of Oats is 32 lb, but in Canada it is 34 lb.

It depends on moisture content, but approximately 60.

US average price received by farmers, all wheat types was \$7.44 per bushel in 2011.

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