How many concrete bags are in a cubic yard depends on the size of the concrete bag. Because concrete bags come in different sizes. Generally, concrete bags come in 40lb, 50lb, 60lb, 80lb, and 90lb. It is known as ready-mix concrete. It is a mixture of cement, sand, and aggregate.

Usually, the Weight of concrete depends upon the density of concrete and the density of concrete decides by the **grade of concrete**. Because every grade of concrete has a different mix ratio. And the density of every material has different.

But According to the thumb rule, the ready-mix concrete weight is 133 lbs per cubic foot, 3600 lbs per cubic yard, and 4710 lbs per cubic meter have been considered.

## How many concrete bags of 40lb, 50lb, 60lb, 80lb, and 90lb are in a cubic yard

In the imperial measurement system, a cubic yard is a volume measurement unit and 1 yard equals 3 feet. So 1 cubic yard equals 3 × 3 × 3 = 27 cubic feet. Actually, the imperial measurement system mostly follows in the United States.

### How many concrete bags of 40lb in a yard

According to the thumb rule 3600lbs of concrete requires for 1 cubic yard. So to calculate the total number of 40lb concrete bags we have to divide 3600 by 40.

So, the total number of concrete bags = required quantity of concrete / 40

= 3600 / 40

= 90 bags.

So 90 bags of 40lbs will require for 1 cubic yard.

### How many concrete bags of 50lb in a cubic yard

According to the thumb rule 3600lbs of concrete requires for 1 cubic yard. So to calculate the total number of 50lb concrete bags we have to divide 3600 by 50.

So, the total number of concrete bags = required quantity of concrete / 50

= 3600 / 50

= 72 bags.

So 72 bags of 50lbs will require for 1 cubic yard.

### How many concrete bags of 60lb in a cubic yard

According to the thumb rule 3600lbs of concrete requires for 1 cubic yard. So to calculate the total number of 60lb concrete bags we have to divide 3600 by 60.

So, the total number of concrete bags = required quantity of concrete / 60

= 3600 / 60

= 60 bags.

So 60 bags of 60lbs will require for 1 cubic yard.

### How many concrete bags of 80lb in a cubic yard

According to the thumb rule 3600lbs of concrete requires for 1 cubic yard. So to calculate the total number of 80lb concrete bags we have to divide 3600 by 80.

So, the total number of concrete bags = required quantity of concrete / 80

= 3600 / 80

= 45 bags.

So 45 bags of 80lbs will require for 1 cubic yard.

### How many concrete bags of 90lb in a cubic yard

According to the thumb rule 3600lbs of concrete requires for 1 cubic yard. So to calculate the total number of 90lb concrete bags we have to divide 3600 by 90.

So, the total number of concrete bags = required quantity of concrete / 90

= 3600 / 90

= 40 bags.

So 40 bags of 90lbs will require for 1 cubic yard.

### How many concrete bags are in 2 cubic yard

According to the above calculation, 180 bags of 40 lbs, 144 bags of 50 lbs, 120 bags of 60 lbs, 90 bags of 80 lbs, and 80 bags of 90 lbs will require for 2 cubic yards or 54 cubic feet.

### How many concrete bags are in 3 cubic yard

According to the above calculation, 270 bags of 40 lbs, 216 bags of 50 lbs, 180 bags of 60 lbs, 135 bags of 80 lbs, and 120 bags of 90 lbs will require for 3 cubic yards or 81 cubic feet.

### How many concrete bags are in 4 cubic yard

According to the above calculation, 360 bags of 40 lbs, 288 bags of 50 lbs, 240 bags of 60 lbs, 180 bags of 80 lbs, and 160 bags of 90 lbs will require for 4 cubic yards or 108 cubic feet.

### How many concrete bags are in 5 cubic yard

According to the above calculation, 450 bags of 40 lbs, 360 bags of 50 lbs, 300 bags of 60 lbs, 225 bags of 80 lbs, and 200 bags of 90 lbs will require 5 cubic yards or 135 cubic feet.

#### Conclusion

In this article, we have discussed **How many concrete bag in a cubic yard**. Concrete bags are available in different sizes. So we have told in this article how many concrete bags are in a yard of different sizes.

##### FAQ

**How many 60lb bags of concrete in a yard**

There are 60lb of 60 bags of concrete in a yard.