Cisco, any reason you are thinking you need a moisture meter?
I would use a Harbor Freight one. Make certain to split the wood before you test it. Said differently. Let the wood season for 8 plus months. Then before testing split wood piece again to test moisture. Under 20% or upper teens is about all your going to get.
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Moisture meters are primarily used for finished boards used for furniture or cabinet building. Could be used for firewood but season for a year and good to go
Well, to a point. That's relative to the actual type of wood you are drying. The denser woods, not an accurate satatement. If I cut Live Locust or Red Oak today, split, stack, and start the seasoning process, I will not want to burn it next fall. It simply will not be ready, and will create too much chimney creosote build-up. That stuff is better left to 2 years worth of seasoning.