Manitoba's soybean harvest is wrapping up for another year.

Cassandra Tkachuk is a production specialist with Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers.

She talked about some of the yields that were being reported.

"Probably better yields than I was originally expecting this year due to some of the factors that we dealt with like dry conditions in some areas, IDC, aphids. I've been hearing pretty good yields although they can range from 20 to 50 bushels per acre, but I would expect maybe a provincial average of 35."

Tkachuk says soybean harvest progress in western Manitoba is about 50 per cent complete, while the Red River Valley is nearly done.

She guesses that other parts of the province are about 75 per cent complete.