One bushel of dried, shelled field corn = 56 pounds = 25.40117272 kilograms
One bushel of corn yields about 2.8 gallons of ethanol.
If the corn meets minimum standards, one bushel weighs 56 pounds.
A bushel is a measure of volume equal to about 36 litres. A bushel of corn would be enough corn to fill a container one bushel in size.
One bushel is equal to about 1.244 cubic feet.
One bushel of corn is 56 pounds, so 56 pounds = 0.028 ton (US short ton).
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!
It varies due to ear size, length, weight, and type of corn, but a decent average is about 1.6 bushels ear corn to make one bushel of shelled.
six --OR-- If you are talking about a strictly volumetric conversion, there are 32 quarts in a bushel. This would be the case if you had one bushel of dried, shelled field corn, for example.
Ear corn is somewhat variable by its very nature, so the answer to this question can only be estimated. On average, shelled corn should weigh around 56 pounds US to the bushel. Ear corn is approximately one bushel = 0.8 bushel of shelled corn. Therefore, there should be around 45 bushels to the ton.The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) states that a bushel of ear corn weighs 70 lbs/ bushel. 2000/70#=28.57 bushels of ear corn to the ton.Although the two answers seem to be contradictory, they're not. The first answer assumes that one places ear corn into a one bushel container ("one bushel" being a volumetric measurement) and then shells it out, therefore making less than one bushel of shelled out corn. The USDA assumes that the user wants one bushel of shelled out grain after shelling, and so they add in the weight of the cobs to the shelled grain. It just depends on how you go about it.
One kilogram of barley equals 0.045929625 of a bushel. In other words, it takes approximately 21.77 kilograms of barley to equal one bushel.