## ››Convert bale [US] to pud [Russia]

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How many bale in 1 pud [Russia]? The answer is 0.07523590325531.
We assume you are converting between bale [US] and pud [Russia].
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 0.0045929637955183 bale, or 0.061047499887551 pud [Russia].
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## ››Quick conversion chart of bale to pud [Russia]

1 bale to pud [Russia] = 13.29153 pud [Russia]

2 bale to pud [Russia] = 26.58305 pud [Russia]

3 bale to pud [Russia] = 39.87458 pud [Russia]

4 bale to pud [Russia] = 53.16611 pud [Russia]

5 bale to pud [Russia] = 66.45763 pud [Russia]

6 bale to pud [Russia] = 79.74916 pud [Russia]

7 bale to pud [Russia] = 93.04069 pud [Russia]

8 bale to pud [Russia] = 106.33221 pud [Russia]

9 bale to pud [Russia] = 119.62374 pud [Russia]

10 bale to pud [Russia] = 132.91526 pud [Russia]

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## ››Definition: Pud

Pood is a unit of mass equal to 40 funt (фунт, Russian pound). It was used in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. Together with other units of weight of the Imperial Russian weight measurement system, pood was officially abolished by the USSR in 1924.

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