Wheat and soybeans: 1 bushel = 60 lb = 27.2155422 kg
it depends on the moisture content, but at 13% moisture a bushel of soybeans weighs 60 pounds.
A bushel of soybeans is standardized at 60 pounds.
1.244 cubic feet in a bushel... doesn't matter what its a bushel of.
One bushel of soybeans contains about 1.244 cubic feet.
A bushel of soybeans is standardized at 60 pounds, that makes it 27.2 kilograms.
At approximately 3,000 per pound, 1 bushel (60 lb) would be 180,000 soybeans. At approximately 2,500 per pound (a planting size), there would be 150,000 soybeans per bushel. Soybeans can range in weight from about 2,500/lb to about 3,500/lb.
According to the related links below, the current price as of 3/16/11, the current price per bushel is $12.70.
About 1.244 cubic feet or 2,150 cubic inches.
876,556,435,245,745,634,556,124 and 1 half
Assuming the test weight of the soybeans is USDA's 60 pounds per bushel, you would just divide the current price per bushel (example: $9.45 US) by 60 to get 15.75 cents (US) per pound. If the soybeans do not test at 60, then just use the adjusted test weight for that batch.
Soybeans are a global "commodity" market item. You can find the daily price per bushel or tonne on the site linked below. On August 26, 2012, soybeans are priced at $18.22 per bushel (60 pounds), or $669.28 per tonne, an increase of $228 per tonne since the beginning of the year. For retail prices, for instance if you make your own soy milk, check with local retailers.
Soybean contains approximately 20% of its weight in oil, most of it is extracted using solvents, so one bushel of soybeans yields about 11 pounds or 5 kilograms of oil, that is 1.2 US gallon or 4.6 liters of oil.
The US prices will be listed in cents per bushel. A quote on April 23, 2011 was 1382.50 or just under $14 a bushel.
A US ton is a unit of weight, and is much heavier than a bushel of anything.A bushel is a volume measurement approximately equal to 1.2445 cubic feet or 0.035 m3.However, given a standard moisture content, a US bushel of soybeans is assigned a weight of 60 pounds(27.2 kg).That would make 33 1/3 bushels of soybeans in a US ton. (2000 lb.)
Approximately 48 pounds, though this can vary a little based on variety and other factors.
It depends on what you're measuring. For example, a bushel of corn weighs around 56 pounds, while a bushel of soybeans weighs around 60 pounds.
For soybeans, you don't even need a converter, sites like the one below display the price both by the bushel or the tonne (metric ton). But if you need one, you can just multiply the dollar price per bushel by 36.743 to get the price per tonne. Soybean meal is not sold by the bushel, which is an unit of volume for crops only, i.e. soybeans, not processed products which are sold by weight. A bushel of soybeans is standardized at 60 pounds, but there is no such standardization for soybean meal.
One liter of soybeans weighs 0.77 kilograms, since one bushel (35.2 liters) weighs 60 pounds.
One bushel (60 pounds) of soybeans yields about 4.6 liters of oil, so one kilogram of soybeans yields about 0.037 liters of oil.
Since 1 tonne = 2,204.622 pounds, and there are 60 pounds of soybeans to the bushel, 1 tonne of soybeans is 36.743 bushels.
$40 a bushel and $22 for a half bushel
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1 US bushel = 35.239072 liters
a bushel of wood is 350lbs