Q: HOW MANY POUNDS OF DRY CORN IN A 5 GALLON BUCKET?

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280 POUNDS

83.4 lbs - excluding the weight of the bucket !

Depends on how big the bucket is.

That depends what kind of substance you're filling it with. Air . . . very few pounds Water . . . around 450 pounds Stones or gold . . . a lot more than that

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83.4 lbs - excluding the weight of the bucket !