That's what my father always preferred to cut his firewood with. We would stack it 4' to dry, then run it through the cordwood saw in the fall. His first ran off a flat belt and was designed to hook to the front of the Farmall, but he converted it to run off the 3PH of the 8N. When traded the Ford for his first Kubota in 1978 he bought a PTO driven saw.
He loved it, I hated it as I was always the one standing next to the blade taking wood off to throw it into the truck.
Same here and our old buzz saw didn't have a gaurd on it. One slip and valuable parts disappear.