The final crop report of the year says harvest is 95 per cent complete across Saskatchewan.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says harvest continues in many parts of the province, depending on weather and field conditions.
So far, she says most farmers are hoping to finish before spring.
With five per-cent left to harvest, there still is almost two million acres of crop to combine in Saskatchewan.
Friesen says some areas will need fields to freeze before they can support harvest equipment.
She says yields this year are above normal, with spring wheat at 45 bushels per acre, durum 48 bushels, oats 92 bushels, barley 69 bushels, canola 40 bushels, peas 42 bushels and lentils almost 11 hundred pounds per acre.
Quality is below average for almost all crops due to damage from insects, crop diseases and wet harvest weather.
Grain dryers are being kept busy because many crops were harvested in tough and damp condition.
Friesen says the west-central region is the least advanced for harvest at 89 per-cent, followed by the northeast at 91 per-cent.