Harvest across Saskatchewan is in the mop up stage.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says 98 percent of the crop has been combined, up from 94 percent last week.
She says flax, soybeans and some canola are still to harvest, which need another week or two to finish.
She says grades are the best in years and yields are wide ranging.
Friesen expects average crop production, with better yields in the central and northern areas but below normal production in the southern grainbelt.
Friesen says significant moisture will be needed to replenish topsoil for next spring.
The majority of crop damage this past week was due to strong winds and wildlife like deer and geese.
There were six reports of farm machinery contacting power lines during the past week, bringing the October total to 13.
Farmers are advised to be careful when using equipment around power lines.