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bu

An obsolete unit of volume, equal to:
(1) 8 Imperial gallons (roughly 0.36 m2);
(2) 64 US pints (roughly 0.35 m2).

BU

Abbreviation for:
base-up (Optics)
Bethesda Unit
biological unit
blood unit
blood urea
Bodansky Unit
bromouracil
busulfan
burn unit

BU

1. Bodansky Unit.
2. Bromouracil.
3. Busulfan.
4. Burn unit.
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Darrel Good of the University of Illinois estimated 435 million bushels of wheat, twice the usual amount, was fed to livestock in the three-month period.
By the dividing the corn supply across 12 storage and processing sites, each site will process and store three million bushels: one million bushels of frozen corn, one million bushels of dried corn, and one million bushels of corn that goes directly from the field to the ethanol plant.
50 per bushel, AA yellow corn would only be grown on the Fordum Estates farm; the remaining farms would grow GM yellow corn.
The food company suffered a loss of 20 cents per bushel on the cash wheat, but the hedge offset the loss with an exact gain.
From then until 1999 it took on average five bushels of wheat to buy a barrel of oil.
25 per bushel and your neighbor, the miller, gains $0.
Under the PiK program, he can settle his loan with his PiK certificates on a bushel for bushel, rather than a dollar for dollar basis.
Corn use for ethanol continues to lag the US Department of Agriculture's forecast for 5 billion bushels needed this marketing year.
66-3/4 per bushel, after closing the previous day at $14.
42 per bushel (compared to $2 per bushel in mid-August 2006).
The buyer of the call option pays a premium of 15 cents per bushel to the writer for the right, but not the obligation, to have a long position in December corn at the strike price of $2.
explains bioinformatics manager Pierre Bushel, a molecular biologist and informatics expert.