How to measure residual moisture in firewood

In the last few weeks I was busy working in my small forest. I removed some dead trees and then sawed and chopped the wood. Now I had to find out how moist the wood actually should be and how I can measure the so-called residual moisture. I decided to buy a small, handy device from Brennenstuhl for about 13 euros. You just need a 9V block battery and you're ready to go. Have fun watching! Amazon Link (Affiliate): Brennenstuhl moisture detecter -> https://amzn.to/3BHVc92 Block batteries -> https://amzn.to/30qbLZx

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