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# How Many Quarts Are in a Cubic Foot?

**One cubic foot of volume contains 29.92 fluid quarts or 25.71 dry quarts.** Conversely, one fluid quart consists of 0.033 cubic feet of volume and one dry quart comprises 0.039 cubic feet.

The units cubic feet and quarts, both liquid and dry, are part of the imperial system of measurement customarily used in the United States. A quart is considered a quarter of a gallon, regardless of liquid or dry measurement. One liquid quart is equal to 2 pints, 4 cups or 32 ounces. Dry quarts figure into the dry goods imperial measurement system; one dry quart is one-eighth of a peck, which in turn is one-eighth of a bushel.

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