So on my 40 acres I just move onto (western central CO) there is a massive amount of downed, or dying Juniper trees/branches. The downed Juniper looks to be very old and dry because all the bark is off alot of it. I bet I have 50 cords of downed trees, and another 20 in trees that are old and dying. I was told that Juniper is very hard on chainsaws, does that mean it is a harder wood? Or is it still considered a soft, less-desirable wood to burn? Are there any tricks to the wood-cutting/sawing trade to make it not so bad on my chainsaw? I hate to look a gift horse in the mouth, and not burn all this free wood, regardless.