G3 Canada says heavy July rains have caused some crop loss in Saskatchewan and across the prairies.
G3 was expecting a bumper crop but those predictions have been toned down a bit.
G3 weather and crops analyst Bruce Burnett says heavy July rains have resulted in flattened crops and washed out low-lying areas.
However, Burnett is still expecting above normal crop production.
Burnett estimates about 15 to 20 per-cent of the fall rye and winter wheat has been combined.
He says farmers need warm dry weather for crops to mature and ripen for harvest to advance.