how many pounds of oats are in a 55 gallon drum
A five-gallon drum can hold up to about 18.927 liters.
A 55-gallon drum is 208.2 liters.
A 150-gallon drum contains 0.0036 gallon per cubic inch.
there are over 10,000,000 soccer balls in the entire world
If there are no spaces between the soccer balls then somewhere in the 6,000.
There are 0.668 cubic feet in a 5 gallon bucket and 7.352 cubic feet in a 55 gallon drum.
A "drum" is not a recognised measure for liquids.
1 US gallon = 0.133680556 cubic feet so about 7 1/3 in a 55 gallon drum
One gallon drum if full contains one gallon. A forty gallon drum when full contains 40 gallons.A 1000 litre drum, when full contains 1000 litres.Etc, etc.Mise Le Meas.
I do not believe most soccer balls are currently created out of cowhide.
There are exactly 231 in3 in a 50 gallon drum, which is also equal to roughly 3,785 cm3.
It depends how BIG the goal is!
A 55-gallon drum contains 12,705 cubic inches @231 cubic inches per gallon.
Soccer balls don't have moles and I hope to god moles don't have soccer balls
4 quarts to a gallon. IF a 55 gallon drum is actually holding 55 gallons, it would be 4x55=220 quarts.
A 55 gallon drum will hold approximately 390 lbs. of corn. If the drum has a funnel installed, may hold as much as 430 lbs.