Selling cord wood is not very profitable. However it's the small sales where I make the most profit. I sell 50lb bags of bbq wood and I make way more on that then I do selling quantity's. My biggest market is small sales. I call it covenant wood. Many people don't have a place to store a cord of wood or they just want a little wood for a single cook or weekend so they like to buy small quantity's at a time. A 300 dollar cord can turn into 1,200 bucks per cord if bundled or bagged in small quantity's. But there is more labor and cost involved and it takes longer to sell a cord worth.Nobody around here is making anywhere near that, big, small, doesn't matter.
There's quite a few guys on this site who say they barely come out ahead and I believe them.