1 Bushel of Crabs How Many Dozens?

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A bushel normally has between seven and eight dozen crabs. A bushel is an imperial volume measure equivalent to 8 gallons, but is used to measure volumes of dry commodities. The basket or pail-like container is commonly used for agricultural produce.
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Depending on the size of the crab, as many as 7 to 8 dozen crab will fill a bushel. Jumbo crabs (6 to 6-1/2 " in dimensions) will yield 5 to 6 dozen per bushel. Large crabs (
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