IT has been something of a stop-start harvest for many across SA, with November rains forcing headers to pull up.
After beginning with a load of beans at Arno Bay, there had been hold ups with storms and rain creating concerns about downgrading.
But January generally marks the finishing point for the majority of farmers across the state.
Viterra operations manager Michael Hill said the tonnages were similar to this time last year, and an "average"-sized harvest was expected.
He said receivals were beginning to slow, with mainly the South East left to deliver significant volumes.
GrainCorp corporate affairs manager Jess Simons also said deliveries to their sites in the South East and western Vic would also be winding up within weeks.
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