Warm dry weather enabled Saskatchewan farmers to make good harvest progress.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says 14 percent of the crop has been combined, up from seven percent last week and well ahead of the five year average of eight percent.
Harvest ranges from 30 percent in the southwest to one percent in the northeast and northwest.
The majority of farmers are expected to be in the field by the end of the month.
Most of the province received little rain this past week, but the northwest had over four inches near Pierceland and soils are saturated.
Topsoil moisture is rated one percent surplus, 32 percent adequate, 40 percent short and 27 percent very short.
The majority of crop damage this week was caused by hail, strong winds, localized flooding and lack of moisture.
SaskPower has received 12 reports of farm equipment contacting power lines this month.
SaskPower urges anyone who has come in contact with electricity to seek immediate medical attention, even if there are no signs of injury.