When it rains, it pours. Thanks to a recent tornado, I’ve brought home roughly 6 cords in the last week, and you can’t even tell I took anything from the church property I help to manage. There must be close to 200 cords down there, and to help them get rid of the stuff, I’m committing to take 20-30 cords of it this month. Trouble is, I’m having to stack it in some pretty inconvenient places, as my home wood lot isn’t really set up to store 30 cords in the form of 15-foot logs. I need to get this stuff processed and stacked. Any advice on renting a firewood processor? I’m in southeast PA, if anyone can recommend an outfit. If not, I just need to get a good sense of what will work for me, and what questions to ask, or arrangements to make, when I call around on the hunt. Even my super-fast hot-rodded hydraulic splitter is going to be too slow, to get this volume of wood done in any reasonable time.