How much flour a bushel of wheat yields depends on the type of flour being made. A bushel of wheat will produce about 45 pounds of white flour or around 60 pounds of whole wheat flour.

A bushel is a measurement used for wheat, not flour. However, a bushel of wheat weighs about sixty pounds. This would make about sixty pound of wheat flour, but only 42 pounds of white flour.

One bushel of wheat weighs approximately 60 pounds. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 42 pounds of white flour. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 60 pounds of whole-wheat flour. http://www.kswheat.com/general.asp?id=104

One bushel of wheat weighs approximately 60 pounds. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 42 pounds of white flour. One bushel of wheat yields approximately 60 pounds of whole-wheat flour. http://www.kswheat.com/general.asp?id=104

Depends on the type of flour: All purpose flour: ~6.89 pounds Whole wheat flour: ~6.61 pounds Bread flour: ~7 pounds Rye flour: ~5.62 pounds

One bushel of wheat = about 35.24 liters.

. . . is that a bushel of feathers, a bushel of cotton, a bushel of wheat, or a bushel of lead pellets? (A bushel is a volume, not a weight.)

According to the US law, one bushel of wheat is 60 pounds, and 60 pounds equal roughly 27.2 kilograms.

A #10 can is 6.25" diameter x 7" tall can this is about 215 cubic inches or 1/10th of a bushel (10 cans to a bushel) this can will hold about 6.9 lbs of wheat corns, or 3.75 lbs flour

There are about 150 cups (8oz.) of grain in a 60 pound bushel of wheat (1 bushel = 0.352 hectolitres in volume, 1 hectolitre = 3381.4 US fluid oz.). When converted to flour these 150 cups of kernels produce about 300 cups of flour. About 3 cups of flour are required to produce a single 1.5 pound loaf of bread. Therefore 1 bushel of flour produces about 100 loaves of bread each weighing 1.5 pounds (24 oz.) Or, in other words, a bushel of grain berries (kernels) produces about 150 pounds of bread.It isn't possible to tell. Each bushel of wheat makes a somewhat different amount of wheat. Also, each type of bread uses a somewhat different amount of flour. So between those two variables you can't predict how many loaves will be made.

60 pounds. As far as I know, this is defined by U.S. law. (Other grains will have different weights per bushel.)

Wheat and soybeans: 1 bushel = 60 lb = 27.2155422 kg

5,000 grains of wheat in a bushel

You can normally substitute wheat flour for all purpose flour. Use one cup wheat flour minus 2 tablespoons equals one cup all purpose flour.

well, theres 60 pounds of wheat in a bushel, and a bushel could make max 95 loaves of bread... so multiply that! :)

It depends on moisture content, but approximately 60.

1300 pounds per acre. The answer was in this answered question I found via Google. How many square feet of a wheat farmers land does it take to produce enough flour to make a one pound loaf of bread? Typical yields of wheat in the US are about 26 bushels per acre. There are about 50 pounds of wheat per bushel or 1300 pounds per acre. A pound of wheat yields about .85 pound of flour or 1105 per acre. It takes about .8 pounds of flour per pound of bread (the rest is water)giving about 1381 loaves per acre. There are 43560 square feet per acre, so it takes about 31 square feet per loaf of bread. http://en.allexperts.com/q/Food-Engineering-Manufacturing-2446/Research.htm

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.

The average-size silo will hold up to 75 tons or 150,000 pounds of wheat. Wheat weighs 60 pounds a bushel, so the average silo will hold 2500 bushels of wheat.

The volume of 50 pounds of wheat flour is 12 gallons. This is equal in measurement to 190 cups, or 47 quarts, or 95 pints of flour.

I put 7 bushells in a 55 gallon drum. a bushel weighs about 60 pounds. that gives you about 7.6 pounds per bushel. That's the best answer I can give you without weighing it.

I believe that the answer is 37.04 bushels of wheat in one metric ton. Metric ton=2204.662 pounds Bushel of Wheat=27kg 27kg=59.5248 pounds 2204.662/59.5248=37.04

Sugar sells for $1.45 per pound and wheat flour sells for $0.87 per pound. How much does it cost to buy 4.5 pounds of sugar and 3.5 pounds of flour?

A dry bushel of wheat weighs 60 pounds. Therefore a ton of wheat will be just over 33.33 bushels. (2000 pounds/60pounds = 33.333333) This is based on short tonage 2000lbs = 1 ton

Wheat flour can be any flour made from wheat, which would include all-purpose flour as well as bread flour, pastry flour, whole wheat flour and self-rising flour.

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