I have 8 cords, all cut and split and stacked January - March. I burned 4 (I think, kept adding dead standing wood to the pile all winter) cords this winter, and wanted to have 2 years supply on hand, and worked my butt off getting to 8. Now I can be more casual in my wood gathering, and try to get 2 - 3 cords every fall and 2 -3 every spring. 2.5 cords is hedge (best), the rest is a mixture of locust (very good), and elm (ok), hackberry (pretty good). I figured out that I have 8 cords with an excel sheet that was linked to a post on here someplace, but can't find the link now. Just input width. height, length of each stack, and it adds it all up. Maybe someone can find the link?