The latest crop report says harvest has started in parts of southern Saskatchewan.
Combining of winter wheat, fall rye, lentils and peas is underway.
There are also reports of canola being swathed and pulse crops dried down in various areas of the province.
There was significant rain in several areas, including the Yorkton and Melville area, where heavy rain, large hail and tornadoes were confirmed.
Lentils and peas in many areas of the province are suffering from season-long excess moisture.
Diseases and hail have also caused crop loss.
Topsoil moisture is rated 12 per-cent surplus, 81 per-cent adequate, six per-cent short and one per-cent very short.
Livestock producers made good haying progress, with 70 per-cent baled or put into silage, slightly behind the five year average of 73 per-cent.
Very few producers have been through a second cut of hay.
Hay is slow to dry due to high humidity and rain.
The moisture has resulted in good pasture growth.
Pastures are rated 20 per-cent excellent, 64 per-cent good, 14 per-cent fair and two per-cent poor.
Pastures in the northwest have had some dry conditions and pastures are 13 per-cent poor, 43 per-cent fair, 43 per-cent good and one per-cent excellent.