The latest crop report says Saskatchewan farmers have combined two percent of the crop.
Harvest is on par with the five year average.
Combining is most advanced in the southwest at six percent and four percent in the southeast.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says much of the grainbelt received rain, replenishing topsoil moisture and helping to fill later-seeded crops.
But she says it is too late to benefit more southern areas where crops are rapidly drying down.
She says there is a wide range of crop yields which are generally average to below average.
For lentils, she says yields range from four to 35 bushels per acre.
Friesen says crop loss this past week was caused by hail, localized flooding, winds, lack of moisture and insects.
Many farmers in the central and northern regions expect to be in the field in the coming weeks.
Hay yields are below average with dryland hay estimated at one ton per acre for alfalfa and alfalfa/bromegrass.