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.
Use this formula: 1 bushel = 56 pounds
The Chicago Board of Trade cash price for soybeans for the month of June ranged from a low of $9.20 per bushel to a high of $9.70.
What is the price of a bushel of rice today
$3.00/ bushel 1 bushel weighs 32lb.
$180 a bushel currently
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.
There's the last bushel of corn! I wonder what the price of a bushel of beets would be today.
Around $5.00 per bushel.
At its lowest price in 400 years
As of September 6, 2009 corn is $3.06/bushel!
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.
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 average price received by farmers, all wheat types was $7.44 per bushel in 2011.
The US average price was 80.2 cents per bushel of corn in 1934.
According to the related links below, the current price as of 3/16/11, the current price per bushel is $12.70.
The price for a bushel of tomatoes might vary from place to place but is going to be roughly 25 to 30 dollars. A bushel of tomatoes is about 50 pounds.
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.
which number rounds to 15,700,000 when rounded to the nearest hundred rhousand?
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The value of the oil in soybeans varies depending upon the S&D of oil and meal, the products sold after the beans are crushed. Oilshare is the proportion of the soybean oil to the value of just the soybean, the difference being meal.
how much is corn per bushel now
It depends on where you are in the world. For example, the average price paid to US farmers in 2011 was $6.20 per bushel. But if you were an end user, you probably paid more than that due to the costs of marketing and transportation.
You have to buy a converter/cable/adapter. This will cost around 50 dollars. This price is not certain. I'm sure you can buy a cheaper or expensive one too.
From $2.16 a bushel to 38 cents, offically. Though sometimes farmers recvied less than half that price.
A bushel of oysters is generally around 60 oysters. Oysters may be sold by the bushel, but are generally sold by the pound. Price per pound varies based on your location, the type of oyster, and current market conditions.