Harvest is coming to a close for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Regional Rep Gordon Janzen says they had just under 40 grow projects this year.
"There was a real variation in yield across the province and I think we've seen that across the agriculture sector," he commented. "Depending on rainfall, which was very spotty throughout the growing season, the yields varied a lot. There were some projects, that they had good yields, close to average and maybe even better but many more of them were below average and some had a poor yield."
Janzen says higher prices for many of the crops will help to offset the lower yields.
Crops grown this year included wheat, canola, soybeans, corn and sunflowers.Click here to see more...