Okay so I've been kind of occasionally giving the chickens grit but they ran out mayhe a month or two ago but I never replaced it, they didn't really use it anyway. They always have food and oyster shell though. So anyway, the other day when I bought more oyster shell I decided to finally replace the grit, since I know it helps with digestion. Well I just opened my bag and it is wet??? Now I know what people might say, grit is just rocks. It doesn't matter. It will not spoil like feed. Or whatever. I get that. I'm not worried about it spoiling. I just don't get why it would be wet? I got it from Tractor Supply and it was INSIDE. I can understand shavings or something being wet because they are mostly outside but INSIDE THE STORE???? It is Manna Pro 25 pound grit. And also the outside of the bag is not at all wet. But the inside is. And I mean WET, can feel the water, rocks sticking together, condensation in bag wet. Not just a little leak or whatever. Is this normal or common? The other bags I have bought, same kind, have never been wet. Wonder if I could get like a free bag or something but seriously, it is weird. Not that ot matters, their grit has occasionally gotten like that in the rain but it's weird to buy a bag so completely wet. It's still safe to feed, right? Thank you in advance.