The AGCO American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) undergraduate student competition took place virtually on Wednesday July 14. Herbert’s Biosystems Engineers (BSE) seniors had two teams selected for the finals. The project “Gradual Rotary Adjustment for Sloped Surfaces” affectionately known as the “Bushhog” team with members Margie Peeler, Jim Roebuck and Lewis Webber placed first. Their mentor was BSE associate professor Dr. John Buchanan. The other Herbert team that placed in this national design competition was the “Microwave” team, whose official project title was “Solid-State Microwave Control and Data Collection System” with Benjamin Cruz and Colby Gillmann as team members. This project placed third with Department of Food Science assistant professor Dr. JiaJia Chan and BSE assistant professor Dr. Hao Gan as their mentors. Second place went to University of Wisconsin’s Biological Systems Engineering project “Badger Hemp Decorticator”. Congratulations to the three teams!