I was calling around for c/s/s wood for my new to me, used Jotul F3cb stove. A local supplier has what he termed "nubbins". The usually small end pieces left over when there is not enough length left over to put in a normal length of cord wood. It is supposed to be well seasoned according to him. And at $190 a cord is is a bit cheaper than a normal $275 cord. I can see an upside to this wood. I should be able to pack more into my stove. With the secondary burn flame tubes in the top I often can't pack as much wood into it as I like leading to shorter burn times. Anyone have any experience with these?