I am needing some opinions on what you would do. We are in the process of clearing a pasture. So far, we accumulated over 100 logs consisting of honey locust, hedge, and hackberry that are of considerable size. Since it is going to be virtually impossible to get all of these cut and split in a quick fashion, here is my question. Should we try to get as many of these logs hauled and put into sheds to keep them out of the elements or do we risk having them piled up out in the pasture. We do have shed room for most of it, however the guys are far from done as far as clearing the remainder of the pasture. We are clearing rougly 240 acres. Give me your thoughts. Thanks.