Saskatchewan farmers made limited harvest progress during the past week.
Provincial crops analyst Shannon Friesen says 78 percent of the crop has been combined, up 5 percent from a week ago.
Harvest is behind the 5 year average of 84 percent for this time of year.
She says snow in the northwest caused more delays earlier this week.
Friesen says harvest ranges from 90 percent in the southwest to 44 percent in the northwest.
Many crops are being harvested in tough or damp condition and placed in dryers.
Topsoil moisture continues to improve with recent rain and snow.
Friesen says topsoil moisture has improved with 4 percent surplus, 66 percent adequate, 24 percent short and 6 percent very short.
But the wet weather is expected to downgrade the crop due to bleaching and sprouting.
There are many reports of geese and other wildlife feeding on swathed crops.
Friesen expects some areas of the southern grainbelt may face livestock feed shortages this winter.