Some of this year's Canadian Food Grains Bank projects across the province are off the fields.
  Manitoba resource coordinator Harold Penner says this year's crops have come off very well with the yields and quality higher than expected.  He says they've had some winter wheat running around 70 to over 80 bushels per acre.  Meanwhile, Penner says the projects in Saskatchewan may not have had the same luck.  He says they had a problem with excessive moisture at the beginning.