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Source: David Baxter, Global News, October 14, 2019 

Mike Kleckner would rather spend Monday working in the fields north of Rouleau, Sask. Instead, it’s yet another day of this harvest working in the shop because of the rain.

“It is a mentally exhausting thing when you spend five days waiting to work and you work two days, and then you’re back to square one again,” he said.

During the prime harvest month of September, the Regina area saw 78.5 millimetres of precipitation. On top of that, that area has been battered by snow and frost in recent weeks.

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