The Canadian Wheat Board's new wheat storage program is garnering some interest from growers, but more grain is still being sought.Senior Manager of Farmer Services Gary Pichlyk says it will pay a premium and storage fees to farmers in selected areas of western Canada to store top-grade milling wheat with 15% protein. He adds the decision was consciously made to keep the grain on-farm rather than have it stored at an elevator, adding it's farmer's grain so they should be compensated. The CWB has placed a 150,000 tonne cap on the program, with the expectation the wheat will be marketed during the 2007-08 crop year. Producers have until July 31st to sign up.