Have been processing firewood for only about 6 years now. I've been steadily processing more each year. Next year I will be around 70 full cord. A few years ago I bought a hud-son splitter with 4 way wedge. Then this year I found a good log supplier and started buying logs. I guess without being too long winded I am looking for suggestions to make things more efficient. I know some may say use a processor....that's not an option at this time. A conveyor may be in the future. So a quick explanation of my process. I have the logs setup on a log cribbing. I roll one log down and flush up one end having the cribbage marked out to 16". I make all my cuts then carry each round over to the end of the log pile and semi neatly stack by the splitter. I continue this for probably an hour and a half or until I have enough wood to fill my dump trailer after it's split. Trailer is 6'*10'* 42" high sides approximately 3.75 "FACE" cords. The splitter has a log lift that I generally use as a table and stack rounds on there then split throwing into trailer by hand. Trailer is backed right up to splitter. Anyone have any pictures or comments on there setup would be awesome. I will post pictures ASAP. I'm trying to figure out a way to have a way to cut the logs into rounds right at the pile and move to the splitter. I'm obviously over handling the wood. I also am not looking to break the bank. Thanks for the comments/suggestions in advance.