Take a deep breath guys. I will never quit woodgassin. My "original" wood processing plan is still the best for my situation. My fuel supply is a byproduct from two local stave mills. They bundle this white oak and it sets for a couple months and is generally well seasoned when I get it. As most of us know, this type of chunker doesn't like seasoned oak. It slices an dices pine just fine.
For my process, I use an old antique buzz saw, (some folks call it a cordwood saw). I can process five hundred pounds of dry, ready to run chunks, in about 30 minutes. It takes another 15 minutes to separate the saw dust and bag it.