Convert quarter (U.K.) to bushel (U.S. dry struck or level)
Selected category: volume.
Definition and details for quarter (U.K.):
Quarter (qtr or Q) is a traditional unit of volume equal to 8 bushels, used for measuring grain. This quantity of grain weighs almost 1/4 ton, that's why it was named quarter.
Definition and details for bushel (U.S. dry struck or level):
Bushel (bu) is a traditional unit of volume. In the U. S., in 1836 the United States Department of the Treasury formally adopted the Winchester bushel as the standard for dealing in grain defining this unit equal to 2150.42 cubic inches or 32 dry U.S. quarts or about 35.2 liters. This is the regular U.S. bushel, also called struck, or level bushel.