There is a kiln dried dealer in my area. Their website states they dry the wood to between 20-25%. A little drier might be nice but that should burn good enough. I don't know if that's an industry standard or a definition but I think we are getting lost in the weeds here. The guy is representing kiln dried. I'm sure a quick phone call to the dealer asking what moisture content the wood is dried to will get an answer. Then nothing wrong with a little verification.