John Holland will speak on Fox News Radio Mustang Matters tomorrow morning
On May 21st* at 1 PM and 1:30 PM Central Standard Time, John Holland, President of Equine Welfare Alliance will speak in a 2 Part Series on Mustang Matters on Fox News Radio. You can go online here to listen in tomorrow: http://www.991fmtalk.com/
John Holland is an author, free lance writer and an industrial consultant in the field of intelligent automation and knowledge engineering.
He is the author of three books with his most recent work being “Designing Autonomous Mobile Robots; Inside the Mind of an Intelligent Machine”. He also holds numerous patents in robotics, fiber optics and radio telemetry.
John is an advocate for horse welfare and humane treatment. He frequently writes on the subject of horse slaughter from his small farm in the mountains of Virginia, where he lives with his wife, Sheilah, and their 12 equines.
Holland is co-founder and president of the Equine Welfare Alliance and serves as senior analyst for Americans Against Horse Slaughter.
In 2005, he received the annual “Heart and Soul” award from United Animal Nations for his volunteer work against horse slaughter.
Watch a video by John Holland about the American Horse. This video was made before the closure of horse slaughter houses in the US, but its information is still important. Instead hundreds of thousands of horses are shipped to Canada and Mexico to be slaughtered. Also, the President of Habitat for Horses, Jerry Finch is mentioned in the credits!
Anything John Holland says about horses is sure to be interesting. Remember to tune in tomorrow – the original times given were 11am and 11:30am Pacific Time…but this should translate to 1 and 1:30 Central Time at http://www.991fmtalk.com/.
*The original post said June – the actual date is May 21st.
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