Most of the snow shakes off the logs by the time they are moved around and processed.I cant see how you snowbirds can sell any wood with all that snow. What do you do when your wood is covered in a foot of snow and a customer calls wanting a load of wood.
I processed 40-45 cord this year, all split by hand. I didn't work the entire year so it was almost exactly 1 cord per week.Edit: A friend told me his brother splits one hundred cord by hand each year that he harvests off his dads land. Used a chainsaw, and his dads small tractor and trailer.