1 full cord measurement is 128 cubic feet; 4'x4'x8' stacked.
Our semi-seasoned firewood has been cut at log length for 2 years. It's been recently split into firewood pieces, and they are rather large. It is a mixture of all hard woods, such as beech, oak, birch and maple. Log lengths range from 16"-20".
It would be great for wood stoves! If you're burning in a fireplace, we recommend having a rotation process going --> Bring as much wood as you can into your home and store next to your fireplace or wood burning stove. Each time you have a fire, the heat will pull the moisture out of the firewood logs next to the fire, ready to go in the fire next. Use the firewood from inside your house to get your fire started, and refill the supply as needed.
Semi-seasoned firewood will have some moisture in it. We recommend stacking your semi-seasoned firewood outdoors as soon as possible, preferably in a sunny location. We DO NOT recommend stacking semi-seasoned firewood in a cold garage or shed because you want the air circulation to speed up the drying out of the firewood. Properly stacked firewood will dry out faster, stays drier, and will last longer than piled firewood.