- Spotting an overcharge to a grower on seed and seed technology fees of $40,000 while conducting a seed analysis breakdown.
- Discovering a banking mistake through a monthly analysis of bank statements, resulting in a $7,800 error reimbursed to the farmer.
- Catching a billing mistake from a fuel company provider, saving the farmer $3,000.
- Uncovering inconsistent vendor prices during an analysis of input pricing costs, resulting in a $10,000 refund from mischarged invoices.
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