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Name:
Dell Hill

Age:
69

Residence:
Alpine (Talladega County)

Alfa Member Since:
1977

Current Office or Board:
  • President, Talladega County Farmers Federation
  • State Wildlife Committee

    Other Activities:
  • Alabama Forestry Association
  • Talladega Kiwanis Club

    About My Farm:
    We own Selwood Farm, an 800-acre licensed quail hunting preserve and sporting clay range with forestry, which enhances the hunting.

    What I Like About Agriculture:
    I like the friendships I have made with the people I've met through various agriculture associations.

    The Biggest Challenge Facing Agriculture:
    Government involvement is the biggest challenge facing agriculture today, including - but not limited to - taxes and regulations.

    I'm Proud Of:
    I'm proud of what we've created here. From hard work, we have created a venue that people enjoy visiting and provide recreational activities that people want to participate in.

    About My Family and Faith:
    My wife, Carolyn, and I have been married 46 years. We met at Auburn University.
    We have two children, Alan (40) and Mary Lyn (38), and we also have five grandchildren.

    We are a Christian family and members of Double Oak Community Church in Mt. Laurel.

    Education:
    I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University.

    A Good/Bad Day is:
    A good day is when nothing breaks, and checks arrive in the mail instead of bills.
    We don't have many bad days, but a day we get rained out could be considered a bad day.


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