Michael Chilvers says it usually takes about three weeks to harvest his 240-hectare grain crop - this year, it took six days.
The weather has been kind to Tasmania's grain growers over the past year, resulting in a quicker harvest, higher yields and bumper deliveries.
Mr Chilvers, who grows grain, wheat and barley at his Nile farm, said he'd just harvested a particularly good crop, with perfect weather conditions helping him finish in record time.
``We only lost four hours harvest time because of rain this year - normally we lose weeks, but the heat made the harvest simple,'' Mr Chilvers said.
``The crop has had really low moisture levels, which is great, because our biggest loss is always water-logging . . . and the tonnage is good, we've got a dry land yield of about six to eight tonnes a hectare.''
Tasmanian Agricultural Producers managing director David Skipper said the Powranna grain store was receiving record deliveries of grain from the state's growers.
``We're down slightly on barley, but in terms of wheat, it looks like we will be up about 20 per cent on previous years,'' Mr Skipper said.
``Effectively, it's because we had a very, very fantastic season right through April, with good rains and moisture levels in the soil, and not too much frost . . . that also means the grain is good quality, with excellent weight and protein.''