Relying on real-world experience,
our professionals have the expertise to help.
AGH has been serving the flour milling, feedyard, food processing, biofuels and renewable fuels, elevator operations and cooperative industries for decades and our professionals have been trained to understand your industry.
AGH has been serving the flour milling industry for more than 70 years. We currently provide a full range of professional services to many of the largest privately held flour millers in the country — and are one of the few accounting firms in the U.S. with a specialty in flour milling.
For more than 35 years we have been providing services to the biofuels and renewable fuels industry. Beyond traditional tax and audit services, the organizational development professionals at AGH have surveyed and facilitated employee engagement programs, which can help clients increase production levels and employee satisfaction.
Our experience includes serving some of the Midwest's largest feedyards and involvement with industry organizations such as the Agribusiness Council of Wichita, Kansas Livestock Association, and National Cattlemen's Beef Association. With the unique perspective and insight from a former cattle feeder on our team, we have the first-hand knowledge of how to help you face the challenges of the industry.
In an effort to meet the growing needs of our clients, we have expanded our practice into the cooperative industry. Our affiliation with the National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives has given us access to vital information needed to serve our clients' needs.
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Senior Vice President
Aron Dunn devotes a significant part of his practice to serving agribusiness clients and leads AGH’s agribusiness team. During more than 20 years helping ag-related clients build and preserve wealth, Aron's experience includes elevator operations, grain mills, renewable fuels, food processing entities, and cattle feeding operations. He has expertise in grain inventory existence, grain inventory valuation, hedging programs, grain-in-transit programs, grain basis and other highly specialized aspects of agribusiness. In addition, he has special-project background in mergers and acquisitions and refinancing.
Aron is a certified public accountant and a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (KSCPA). At one point, he served as the youngest-ever KSCPA chair, long time former chair of the KSCPA’s Auditing and Accounting task force and the Peer Review Process Improvement Task Force, and is a past president of the Wichita Chapter of the KSCPA. He is a former member of AICPA's Accounting & Review Services Committee among other AICPA committees and task forces.
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