Jan 01 1970
A Day with Frank Hyman “Hentopia”
January 01, 1970 • Reynolda Gardens Education Wing
Frank’s wife says that they spend less time on chicken chores than they spend cooking eggs. The editor of Chickens magazine says “Frank is the zen master of poultry.” In this presentation learn how to easily manage the feed, water, poop, eggs and other hen issues in a way that allows you to safely take two-week vacations (without a chicken-sitter). Your birds and their hen habitat can happily and safely operate on autopilot while you’re away. Class is a slideshow with a demo of DIY self-filling waterer and a vending machine feeder.
Frank Hyman, garden designer, horticulturist, and author
Frank Hyman earned his B.S. in horticulture and design from NC State University and studied under Dr. J. C. Raulston. He designs award-winning gardens in Durham and has owned Cottage Garden Landscaping for 27 years. He writes columns for Chickens magazine and his writing has also appeared in Backyard Poultry, Organic Gardening, Modern Farmer, Horticulture, American Gardener and Fine Gardening.
$10 general admission, $7 for WFU faculty, staff, students and Friends of Reynolda Gardens, per session.
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