According to the latest crop report, a dry and windy week allowed producers to make significant harvest progress.
60 per cent of the 2016 crop has been combined and 28 per cent is swathed or ready to straight-cut.
That number is slightly below the five year average for this time, which normally sees 62 per cent combined by this time.
Harvest is furthest along in the southeast area of the province, where producers have 73 percent of crop in the bin.
In other areas of Saskatchewan, 66 per cent of the crop is combined in the southwest, 53 per cent in the east-central region, 57 percent in the west-central, region, 54 per cent in the northeast and 48 per cent in the northwest.
The report also said 97 per cent of field peas, 85 per cent of lentils, 57 per cent of durum, 56 per cent of spring wheat, 47 per cent of canola and 15 per cent of flax has been combined.
According to the report a majority of producers had good harvest weather, but rain showers near the end of the week stalled some field operations for a day or two, particularly in the central and northern regions.
While most areas that got rain received less than 12 mm of rain during the week, the Trampling Lake area received up to 89 mm.
Pasture conditions from around the province are rated as seven per cent excellent, 70 per cent good, 21 percent fair and two per cent poor.