Having 6 cords of split wood to shorten for a different stove, I built the little firewood chop saw shown elsewhere in this forum. Someone in another forum said it would do the trick but would be slow and why didn't I build an oversize sawbuck to cut a bunch at once. I said yes that would be faster sawing, but extra stacking and loading would be involved that way, because after sawing I throw them in the loader bucket and dump them right on the porch. But that got me to thinking and here's what I came up with; A crib made out of an old pallet chained on the loader forks where I can stack them out of the pile, saw about 1/3 cord at a time and dump them on the porch. My bar is 18" so I made it 34" wide so by cutting from both sides, I go all the way through. The guide boards are an inch short of the length I need.. After loading I just throw a chain and binder around it to hold everything tight and a couple minutes sawing on each side and it's ready for the porch. This rig could be adapted to any loader or redesigned for 3 pt hitch. I suppose if you don't have a tractor, You could even do it to my little wood cart. Smiley Unfortunatly, I don't know why, but the photos don't seem to go through correctly on this site.