As Iowa crops continue to flourish in warm, sunny weather, some potentialdark clouds face farmers come harvest. Winnebago County Farm ServiceAgency director Clifton Hill says corn stored from last year could causeproblems. Hill says the amount of corn stored in his county is an example.He says there are eight-point-two million bushels of corn and about817-thousand bushels of soybeans stored in Winnebago County. Hill saysthere’s much more grain in storage than last year.Hill says all that stored corn leaves little room for this year’s harvest.He says the amount of stored grain equals about 60-percent of last year’scrop. Hill says much of Iowa and many other parts of the country are facingthe same storage problems.Hill says this year’s low prices have prompted farmers to hold onto theirgrain longer before selling.