Transportation problems and high volumes of poor quality wheat are causing headaches for farmers.
Ryan Furtis with the Canadian Wheat Board says it's been a struggle all year.
"Were seeing the result of it here now having to extend to about August 16th into the new crop year. That raises some real concerns in terms of new crop coming off the field here in a couple of weeks. Guys are getting ancy with grain on farms still trying to get it into the systems."
Furtis says the Wheat Board is doing it's best with the grain companies and hopes there aren't further delays past August 16th.