Nearly three-quarters of the harvest in Saskatchewan is complete according to the Ministry of Agriculture.

Matt Struthers, a Crops Extension Specialist with the Ministry of Agriculture shared an update.

"This past week they've been out there combining non-stop with very few rain delays," he said. "We've got 74 per cent of the crop now combined, of course that's up from 56 per cent last week and ahead of our five-year average of 50 per cent." 

The southwest region is leading the way with 85 per cent in the bin. The southeast is at 81 per cent, west-central at 79 per cent, northeast at 69 per cent, east-central at 63 per cent, and northwest at 57 per cent.

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