I have some Red oak firewood that I’ve had top covered for two years. Location fair, Definitely not the best treated firewood on the planet by any stretch. No fungus or anything. I tested a representative piece of it and it came up at 29%. Whereas I typically been able to get oak dried out within this amount of time. I know the problem is that the wood was stored somewhat poorly. I had started to put too much wood in my wood area and was stacking rows too close to one another. I’ve now mostly transitioned to single rows so all good going forward. I’m going to be moving this particular wood to a better spot which will be single row and half covered. With it getting moved to a better spot, would you figure it would be 20% or below by next year? I only ask because I’ve read about the concept of wood sometimes being reluctant to give up moisture if it’s been stored poorly. I’ve got plenty of dry wood ready to go so waiting is not an issue.