dry stock


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dry wood

1. (US) Wood dried to a moisture content of from 15 to 19%.
2. (Brit.) Wood dried to a moisture content of from 15 to 23%.
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If fresh food is a deciding factor, it could be worth shopping elsewhere for those necessities before hitting up Home Bargains for your dry stock.
The lean-to next to the barn shelters our heifers and dry stock all winter.
Air dry stock can be kilned with no degrade, but users are warned to watch for staining of the wood.
Heifer calves are retained for breeding and the bull calves for service bulls, with the resulting Jersey x calves sold to local farmers or dry stock producers.