anyone interested in wood ?

Discussion in 'Woods for Smoking' started by g3automotive, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. i have a few ricks of well seasoned black cherry or red oak i live in central ohio 20 min west of akron 1 hour north of columbus 44235 zip let me know can sell by half ricks or can miss match wood thanks jerry
  2. smok'n steve

    smok'n steve OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I am too far to come get your wood, but, hey, what is a rick of wood?

    Here in Maine, we sell wood by the cord.
  3. I believe it is 1/2 cord. I think it also may be called a face cord
  4. ricks have roughly 190 pieces 16" to 20" long and any were from 3" to 6 " wide . this wood has been seasoned for about 15 months it is ready to cook .
  5. A rick is 1/3 of a cord.
    For purposes of selling firewood, the standard length of a stick is 16 inches long. You will see it longer or even shorter, but the standard is 16 inches. So a cord can be measured as 3 rows wide (or 4 feet) by 4 feet tall by 8 feet long, or 128 cubic feet. A rick (or a face cord) would be 1 row wide (or 16 inches) by 4 feet tall by 8 feet long.
  6. How much ya want for a rick?
  7. jerkyaddict

    jerkyaddict SMF Premier Member

    Gunslinger thanks fer the wood lesson , cause i was a wonderin too....
    and g3auto if yer willin to chunck some-oh that nice seasoned wood i'd pay for wood plus shipping in say a case a oil sized box shipped to n.j. ?
    we dont much get cherry in jersey..........not without violating a few trespassing law's and or distruction of private property charges.......
  8. i have no problem shipping wood just give me a phone # and a time to call so we can set it up thanks jerry or call me at my shop 330-603-1527 price is $100 a rick for well seasoned (15 months) black cherry while supplys last . i also have red oak seasoned and some green (fresh cut ) hickory ..... if you want a small amount shipped for you charcoal smokers call and we can figure out a fair price ...
    ps. thanks gunslinger you are correct .
  9. sometimes I get morning wood in the afternoon...whats up with that?[​IMG]
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