About a quarter of the province's soybeans remain unharvested.
Dane Froese is with Manitoba Agriculture.
"There's still some optimism around soybeans given that most of the time soybean stalks are a little bit more firm and stand up to strong winds and weather conditions better than a straw-based crop like cereal or wheat," he said. "As long as we don't have too much snow, and it stays cold and snow-free, for the most part producers will be able to get those soybean crops off."
The province says overall harvest progress is sitting at about 89 per cent complete.