How much is a semi load of firewood?
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Regarding this, how much is a semi load of logs?
Things To Consider Although the price seems to go up every year you should expect to pay around $750 - $950 for a "pulp cord" or a "loggers cord" of firewood. The wood will be delivered on a semi and each log will be approximately 8 feet long. One truck will generally deliver 10 pulp cords.
Beside above, how much does a truckload of firewood cost? Cord costs vary across the country, but in general you can expect to pay between $120 and $180 for a cord of hardwood that is split and seasoned. While this is the average cost, many consumers can expect to pay more, especially in winter. In some places in the U.S. costs can be as high as $220 to $400 per cord.
Likewise, how many cords of wood are in a semi load?
How much do mills pay for logs?
If a mill offers to pay you $500 per thousand for red oak grade logs. Start with the $500 and figure in the profit margin you need. Now subtract your cost of harvesting at $100 per thousand bf. The result will be what you would pay per thousand board feet for the standing red oak grade material.