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  • January 17, 2021
I’ve been burning wood for about five years now and I basically base my usage on length of wood stack that I have/use. My stacks are between 4 and 5 feet tall, pieces are cut approximately an average of 17” for my Country Hearth/US Stove 3000 stove. Typically use about 90’ of wood stack a year, which usually is around 4-5 cord.
We were told this was a cord of pine. Thoughts? Sorry for the double picture.
Some people improperly call a face cord a cord... maybe this was a "loose" face cord. Depending on what you paid, it might not have been a complete ***** job...
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    Ontario Firewood Resource
  • February 18, 2021
Definitely not a face cord or a bush cord. A face cord loose will fit in an 8 foot box loose, level with the top of a bed.