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07-23-2012 22:53:00

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Which one will weigh the most 55 gal. drum of good clean oats or good clean shelled corn using same drum. Thanks for any help. R.E.Lee

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07-24-2012 03:03:53

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 Re: oats and corn in reply to confederatgeneral, 07-23-2012 22:53:00  
55 gallon of corn will weigh more.

Bushel are a measure of volume. A bushel of oats weighs 32 pounds and a bushel of corn weighs 56 pounds.

You will get about 7 bushels in a 55 gallon barrel.

Corn= 392 pounds per 55 gallons and oats will be about 224 pounds.


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07-24-2012 12:19:50

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 Re: oats and corn in reply to IaGary, 07-24-2012 03:03:53  

Just to add, often good oats weighs a bit more than the official 32 lbs - 36-40# (if planted late or odd weather, can end up very light as in 28# too tho), and corn can vary typically a couple lbs less, sometimes if good air dried a couple lbs more.


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07-25-2012 17:19:03

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 Re: oats and corn in reply to paul, 07-24-2012 12:19:50  
Thanks,I don't know what i would do with out the help of you all here on yt forums. R.E.Lee

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