Hi, I have a bunch of what is commonly referred to as 'eastern red cedars' on my property. I have a whole planted row of them, a few of which I could get rid of/use for heat. They're decent sized, 40' or so with trunks 16-20" or so at the base, which is a little on the short side compared to all the huge pines I have and all the oak and maple that is the predominant species in my area. The deer LOVE the low lying branches, or what's left of them!! A friend of mine who knows about these things, or at least should, has told me that they are in fact juniper trees. I saw a chart that said cedar was decent to burn, but juniper only fair, so I'm confused. Is this stuff worth burning? How long to season? Thanx!