Bushels

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Cubic Ton - Definitions
... volumes Timber, 40 cubic feet Stone, 16 cubic feet Salt, 42 bushels Lime, 40 bushels Coke, 28 bushels Wheat, 20 bushels Defining a cubic ton presents ...
Solonian Constitution
... production Pentacosiomedimnoi (over 500 bushels of produce), Hippeis (300-500 bushels), Zeugitae (200-300 bushels), and thetes (below 200 bushels, as well as citizens with no wealth tied to the ...
History Of Agriculture In The United States - Crops - Wheat - Exports
... By 1880, 150,000,000 bushels were exported to the value of $190,000,000 ... which ranged from 100,000,000 to 260,000,000 bushels a year ... World War II brought an enormous expansion of production, topping off at a billion bushels in 1944 ...
Burgesstown Plantation - Plantation Statistics
... $600 Number of slaves 274 corn 13,000 bushels (460 m³) cotton 825 bales Frederick Cotten also had control over a farm of his deceased brother which produced 185 bales of cotton ... In addition to growing cotton, in 1860 Cotten harvested 4000 bushels (140 m³) of sweet potatoes 75 tons of hay 2000 bushels (70 m³) of peas and beans 30 bushels (10 m³) of Irish ...
Sports In Illinois - Economy - Agriculture
... of soybeans, with a harvest of 427.7 million bushels (11.64 million metric tons) in 2008, after Iowa's production of 444.82 million bushels (12.11 million metric tons) ... corn production with more than 1.5 billion bushels produced annually ...

Famous quotes containing the word bushels:

    Gratiano speaks an infinite deal of nothing, more than any man in all Venice. His reasons are as two grains of wheat hid in two bushels of chaff; you shall seek all day ere you find them, and when you have them, they are not worth the search.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    We hold on to hopes for next year every year in western Dakota: hoping that droughts will end; hoping that our crops won’t be hailed out in the few rainstorms that come; hoping that it won’t be too windy on the day we harvest, blowing away five bushels an acre; hoping ... that if we get a fair crop, we’ll be able to get a fair price for it. Sometimes survival is the only blessing that the terrifying angel of the Plains bestows.
    Kathleen Norris (b. 1947)