How Much Does a Cord of Wood Weigh?


The weight of a cord of wood is dependent on the area, climatic conditions, cutting time, and age and on the type of the wood. A cord of wood is a stack that is 4 feet high, 4 feet thick and 8 feet long.
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A cord of wood is 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet and equals 128 cubic feet. The weight of a cord of wood depends on the type of wood. One cord of white ash, that is green, would weigh 4300 pounds. Red pine, which is also green, would weigh 3800 pounds.
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