A bushel of shelled corn weighs 56 pounds (25.401 kilograms).
A bushel actually used to be a volumetric measurement but due to inconsistency in volumes between crops like corn, wheat or soybeans, it was changed to 60 lbs, then 56 lbs.
But for marketing purposes, the USDA specifies one bushel of dried, shelled field corn weighs 56 pounds and is at 15% moisture content. All values are based on that measurement.
Seed corn has a bushel weight of 56 pounds. The price in 2014 is $3.30 per seed corn bushel. For sweet, fresh corn there are 70 pounds per bushel, with the bushel selling for about $15/bushel retail.
US standards are 70 pounds per bushel.
A pound of eared corn is equal to about 56 pounds. A bushel is also equal to 1.244 cubic feet.
What ever you feel like eating that day
There are 9.3 quarts in a peck.
If the corn meets minimum standards, one bushel weighs 56 pounds.
One bushel of onions weigh 57lbs
There is no absolute answer to this, since the ears of corn can vary so much in size, shape, and weight. However, the general rule of thumb is to multiply the shelled corn weight by 0.8. Since a bushel of shelled corn should weigh 56 pounds, then a bushel of ear corn should weigh around 45 pounds. This, of course, refers only to field, or dent, corn, not sweet corn, popcorn, or any of the other types.
a bushel of wood is 350lbs
Depends on how big the bushel is.
same as a bushel of salt
Ordinary shelled dent corn at 15% moisture should have 56 pounds in a bushel.
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it weighs 56lbs for one bushel
A bushel of apples is about 42 pounds.
A bushel of shelled corn weighs about 88% of a bushel of ear corn. Therefore, a bushel of ear corn weighs about 70 pounds and a bushel of shelled corn 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.
The US Bushel weighs by volume. A bushel of carrots is 50 pounds.
48 pounds per bushel
Bushel of salt weighs 56 pounds
A bushel of soybeans is standardized at 60 pounds.
depends how many are in the bushel exactly and there size/ripeness
i believe the commercial weight of a bushel of barley is 48lbs