Overall, hay crops are in good shape according to the latest crop report released Thursday by the provincial government.
The report said 50 per cent of hay crops are bailed and another 20 per cent is cut and ready to be bailed. The quality of the hay is rated five per cent being excellent, 70 per cent good, 24 per cent fair and one per cent poor.
Other crops are also doing well, 62 per cent of winter and spring wheat, canola, and flax are in good condition. Lentils have been affected by wet conditions. Currently ten per cent of crops are listed as being in poor condition, with one per cent being listed as very poor.
Overall, top soil moisture is 15 per cent surplus, 80 per cent adequate, with five per cent being short. Hay land and pasture topsoil is nine per cent surplus, 83 per cent adequate and five per cent short.
The report said hail and rain have damaged crops in some areas.