How Big Is a Rick of Wood?

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A rick of wood is an amount of firewood stacked 4 foot by 8 foot and approximately 16 inches deep. A rick is about one third of a cord of firewood.
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Although wood is sold in many quantities, generally the only officially accepted measurement of quantity is the cord, according to the University of Tennessee Forest Products Extension
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It is the amount of wood that fills up a space 4x4x8 feet long, which is a large amount! It would fill the bed of a pick up truck 2 times, and last a household most or all winter.
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A standard cord of wood consists of sticks or pieces 4 feet long
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Half of 4 x 4 x 8 is not 2 x 2 x 2. It's 2 x 4 x 8.
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1 Additional Answer
A rick, or rack of wood is 4 feet high by 8 feet wide, and is the length of the wood pieces deep, and only one row. The same applies to the term 'face' cord'.
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