Orem Minton of Philpot gestures while speaking to Randall Redman of Magnolia in LaRue County, right, as they pass the time Nov. 11 waiting to weigh and then unload their respective loads of grain at the Owensboro Grain scales off East Fourth Street. The pair said they'd been waiting in a long line of trucks since 8 a.m. "This is the longest line there's ever been," said Judy Curtis, who has worked at Owensboro Grain for 25 years. Clint Hardy, Daviess County extension agent for agriculture and natural resources, said this may be a record harvest.
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