NOW--- small to large firewood-grade logs -- see stockpiles at our Westcliffe yard (Also see Timber Products -- Selected Poles and Logs). Areas and quantities are limited.
What is a cord versus a rick of firewood?
The only official measure that is generally accepted is the cord a stacked pile that measures 4' high by 4' deep by 8' wide (128 cubic feet). If the firewood is cut into 16 lengths, a cord will contain three rows. Each of these rows is one face cord or rick", so generally a rick would be approx. 1/3 of a cord. -- taken from The University of Tennessee
Logs are measured as length x width x height and divided by 160 (to take in consideration of the space between logs) to figure cord amount of logs.
FIREWOOD-TO-CUT: call Len, 719-429-4404
Lankford Foresters, Inc. call 719-429-4404
Oak:Small oak trees, 3"-6",dead & live,
NOTE: Winter access may be limited!
(Thinning, Marked trees: pine or oak)
Blocked 16-18" pine wood
(in forest), green or seasoned, limited amts