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2011-06-04 04:00:23
2011-06-04 04:00:23

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.

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