I have received a delivery of wood for building a closed board fence and the featheredge board has arrived not just damp but dripping wet. It is packed in packs of 20 and 1 have 9 packs. Each pack is completely wet through to the point that they are leaving puddles. I am aware that the wood is stored outside, so obviously can get damp/wet, but this is soaking all the way through the packs as if it has just come out of a stream. My question is should I be contacting the timber merchants to replace with wood or just give it time to dry out before it is used. I am concerned that if I separate the packs for drying they will warp and if I leave them to dry in packs they will rot. I have moved the wood into the garage, which is not ideal for the garage given the water content. Any advise would be greatly received.