Spike's Calculators

Canada uses the Imperial ( Avery) bushel, which has a volume of 1.284349 cubic feet. In comparison The United States uses the Winchester bushel , which has a volume equal to 1.244456 cubic feet.

The weight of a bushel is a measure of the grain's density, usually expressed in pounds per bushel (lb/bu) and kilograms per hectolitre (kg/hL).

- enter the diameter of the bin in feet
- the height of the bin
- the slope of the roof preset @ 30°
- the weight of one bushel

- the height of the peak in feet
- the volume of the bin in cubic feet
- the capacity of the bin in Imperial bushels
- grain weight in pounds
- the grain weight in metric tonnes

- Grain Volume of a Box
- Grain Volume of a Box - Metric
- Round Grain Bin Capacity Imperial Bushels
- Round Grain Bin Capacity US Bushels
- How many Bushels of Grain - Round Grain Bin
- Round Grain Bin with Hopper Imperial Bushels
- Round Grain Bin with Hopper Capacity US Bushels
- Truncated Rectangle Hopper Volume
- Rectangle Grain Bin Volume and Capacity

- Bushels from Metric Tonnes
- Bushel to Tonne Converter
- Imperial Bushels Per Acre to US Bushels Per Hectare
- Imperial Bushels Per Hectare to US Bushels Per Acre
- Kilograms per Hectolitre to Pounds per Bushel
- Price per Bushel to Price per Metric Tonnes
- US Bushels Per Acre to Imperial Bushels Per Hectare
- US Bushels Per Hectare to Imperial Bushels Per Acre