- Aug 2, 2020
I've been cutting down many trees on my property and I'm wondering the best way to dry the wood. I'd definitely like it to be fully seasoned before I bring it in my house to burn it over the winter. My question is, do I need to split all of the rounds before the wood will dry? Or can I keep it as is? I've already cut the logs into firewood sized lengths, so that's not a concern. I've heard that logs dry out at the ends, but I'm not so sure about that. Any advice would be appreciated.