I have a pretty decent wood guy who drops his wood, leaves it in log length for two years, then bucks and splits it on its way out for delivery. Obviously not seasoned too well, but it's definitely burnable and far better than most of the landscaping companies/tree services and such will give you around here for "seasoned" wood(read: sat in a puddle for 6 months), and cheaper too. My question is, if he loaded up the same trailer that usually holds 1 cord of piled-in splits(as opposed to neatly stacked) with log lengths, and piled it high, about how much wood would this be? 1.5 cord, 2 cord, closer to 1 cord? I figure even if he gives me the same price of a c/s/d load(and I'm fairly certain he will cut the price), I still would make out as it would be quite a bit more wood. I was thinking of having him do this pretty soon so I can get a bit better price on wood, and buck/split it myself so it seasons the rest of the way before next season.