Cross Timbers Premium Red Oak Firewood is one of the cleanest burning and most desirable hardwood fuels for heating and cooking.

Below is a map of the Crosstimbers region where superior dense red Oak is the predominant wood and virtually the only area where the highly sought after Blackjack red oak thrives.

Cross Timbers Red Oak and Blackjack hardwood combines maximum BTU output with an ultra-clean burn along with a less overpowering smoother smoke flavor, making it a highly desirable favorite at BBQ cooking contests and at many quality restaurants and finer steakhouses across the country... like These.

The "Blackjack Oak"  is a member of the Red Oak family which thrives along with American Red Oak, Post Oak, Hickory and Pecan in a unique belt of forest called The "Cross Timbers" region spreading from north-central Texas throughout the eastern half of Oklahoma  and into southeastern Kansas. 

From the OSU Cooperative Extension website and at
Heating Value: "Very Good"
Red Oak (Blackjack Oak, Black Oak etc.)
1 cord= 27.8 million BTU
"Easy to split, few sparks, slight fragrance, moderate to start, light smoke, good coaling quality".

Once you've tried Crosstimbers Red Oak firewood, you will never go back to other less efficient wood fuels.

For the very best Oak and specialty firewood, no matter what your application, Crosstimbers Wholesale Firewood Company is your best source.

Wholesale Only:
Tractor Trailer loads (12 cords per load)
Available in 16" and 18" std lengths.

Contact our Denver Colorado office at 405-464-3782 for wholesale prices delivered to your door.

We also supply the finest smoking flavor woods such as Crosstimbers Pecan and Hickory.

Burn wood... the true "Green Fuel".

Wikipedia- "Wood burning does not release any more carbon dioxide than the eventual biodegradation of the wood would if it was not burned. Wood burning can therefore be considered 'carbon neutral'."

For Wholesale Sales, contact RD Finley at 405-464-3782
or email us at

Visit our alternate website CROSSTIMBERS

And The Firewood News Blog !

Note: Most states including Colorado and Oklahoma have State Laws requiring that wood be sold in 128 cu.ft "cord" or fraction of cord measurements, 1/2 cord etc.
We do not sell Ricks, Riks or Rix... we leave that up to Rick!

Figure 1. A cord is a standard measure - 4’ x 4’ x 8’.
State Regulations.
 “wood ... for use as fuel shall be advertised, offered for sale, and sold only by measure, using
the term “cord” and fractional parts of a cord, or the cubic meter.” The exception to this rule is wood sold by the package.
Packaged wood must be sold by the cubic foot or fraction of cubic foot. The terms “face cord,” “rack,” “pile,” “truckload,”
or terms of similar import shall not be used when advertising, offering for sale, or selling wood for use as fuel.

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