Excluding valleyfirewood/choppychoppy, who seems happy to work 70-80 hours a week (or so he says), and not make much money, I think the rest of you guys selling firewood for $250/cord delivered are crazy. When I've bought truckloads of logs, I pay about $90-100 USD per cord. No way am I gonna cut it, split it, store it, load it in a truck, deliver and unload it for $150. Plus, as woodchuckcanuck mentioned, a truckload of 12 cords probably isn't gonna make 12 cords of firewood. I sell face cords of firewood (1/3 of a cord in my case) for $150 delivered. I can fit 2 in my truck easily. Could do 3 if I built a rack to keep it divided. I sell a cord for $350 delivered. Hardwood only. There's plenty of guys selling it cheaper. I'd rather sell less but for a higher price. Less work for the same $$. I season my wood for at least a full year, oak gets 2. I tell people in my ad that if they want the cheapest firewood, they should go elsewhere. If they want a true cord or face cord of actually seasoned, dry firewood they won't be disappointed. Haven't had a single complaint about the price. Maybe I'm lucky living close enough to a metropolitan area that there's enough money around to support these prices, but honestly if I had to do it for much less, I'd find an easier way to make money.