## How many kilos is a bushel?

25.40 kg

Corn | ||
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1 bushel of corn | 56 pounds | 25.40 kg |

1 bag of corn | 60 kg | 2.36210 bushels |

1 bushel/acre | 62.77 kg/ha | |

1,00 dolar/bushel | 2.3621 dolar/bag |

## How many kg is a bushel of wheat?

27.216kg

WHEAT & SOYBEANS | |
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1 bushel wheat or soybean Bushels to metric ton One metric ton = | =60lbs =27.216kg =0.0272metrictons = bu. X 0.027216 36.74371 bu of wheat or soybeans |

BARLEY | |

1 bushel barley Bushels to metric ton One metric ton = | =48lbs =21.772kg =0.0218metrictons = bu. X 0.022772 45.9296 bu of barley |

**How do you convert kg/ha to BU?**

kilograms per hectare (kg ha or kg/ha) x 0.893 = lb/acre. Soybean yield: kg/ha divided by 67.19 = bu/acre (60 lb/bu). Corn yield: kg/ha divided by 62.71 = bu/acre (56 lb/bu). Seed per hectare (seed/ha) divided by 2.47 = seed/acre.

**What does BU acre mean?**

Grain yields for example are conventionally expressed in terms of volume per acre (bu/a). In the metric system, yield is given by weight (kilograms per hectare). A corn yield of 200 bushels per acre is first expressed by weight (200 bu @ 56 lb/bu = 11,200 lbs) and then converted to kilograms (11,200 lbs * .

### How do you calculate MT?

To convert a kilogram measurement to a metric ton measurement, divide the weight by the conversion ratio. The weight in metric tons is equal to the kilograms divided by 1,000.

### What is bushel weight?

To facilitate the trading of grain, the USDA created weight standards for each grain so that grain could be weighed to determine the number of bushels rather than trying to make volume measurements. Corn was assigned a bushel weight of 56 pounds, while soybeans and wheat were assigned bushel weights of 60 pounds.

**How do you calculate bushels?**

To convert from cubic feet to bushels, multiply cubic feet by 0.8. For example, with a 36-foot diameter bin, the radius would be half the diameter or 18 feet (Figure 1). To square it, multiply 18 by 18. (18 x 18 = 324).

**How do you calculate bushel weight?**

In general, the procedure used to determine the reference test weight per bushel of grain is to weigh one dry quart of the grain on a suitable scale that is designed to multiply the weight by 32, since there are exactly 32 quarts to a dry bushel.

## How many tonnes is a BU?

Note: Minimum weight to make No. 1 Grade….Bushel Equivalents Per Tonne.

GRAIN | EQUIVALENT |
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Canola/Rapeseed | 44.0920 |

Corn | 39.3680 |

Faba Beans 2 | 36.7440 |

Soybeans | 36.7440 |

## What measurement unit is ha?

hectare

hectare, unit of area in the metric system equal to 100 ares, or 10,000 square metres, and the equivalent of 2.471 acres in the British Imperial System and the United States Customary measure.