You know that wood has to cut up into little chunk's to make ready for the socalled gasifier unit .. So here is the idea.. Cut the log's down into three to five inch long rounds like you see in the socalled outdoor logging chainsaw cutting shows where they cut the log in rounds in a time race againest each other ..then stack the rounds in a one slightly over the other in a offset pattern where there is a pattern going up to the top like a chesse wheel stacking leting them dry out over the year time frame . Then take and make wood chunk's out of the drying pile .Then useing a gas powered wood splitter unit-x-10 rounds to the splitter unit splitting area than split them .Then after the wood round's have been split throw the chunked pieces of wood into a couple of 55 gallon barrel to feed the hopper unit of the gasifier .. The barrel is kept close to the gasifier unit under the cover of a shed to run the unit as it need with wood . The 55 gallon barrel could hold about one to two months worth's of wood chunk's to feed the gasifier as it need .. Plus have a few extras barrels filled for use dureing the winter time ready as a back up fuel for just in case use .. It just a idea for the people who are thinking about running a gasifier to make power ..