Harvest across Saskatchewan is well ahead of normal according to the latest crop report.
Provincial crops analyst Brent Flaten says 26 percent of the crop is in the bin, up from 14 percent last week.
Flaten says warm dry weather across much of the grainbelt enabled farmers to make good progress on the harvest.
Flaten says harvest ranges from 49 percent in the southwest to four percent in the northeast.
He says the main causes of crop loss this past week were lack of moisture, insects and strong winds.
Topsoil moisture across the province is rated one percent surplus, 26 percent adequate 44 percent short and 29 percent very short.
SaskPower says there were seven incidents of farm equipment contacting power lines last week, bringing the total to 19 for the month of August.
Farmers are advised to use caution around SaskPower equipment.