Decade Resources (TSXV: DEC) this morning published a number of grab sample assays as it continues to explore its Nobody Knows No 2 zone at the Copper River Project east of Terrace, BC.
Assay results from a total of eleven grab samples were released, with copper values ranging from 0.293% to 5.89%, while silver values ranged from 1.77 g/t to 45.5 g/t. Sampling has revealed that the main copper sulphide at the project is bornite, with chalcopyrite also present.
Ongoing drilling meanwhile has seen a total of 9 holes completed across 1,200 metres in aggregate. Additional drill pads meanwhile have been constructed to facilitate further drilling, which is expected to resume in the next several days.
A total of 4,000 to 5,000 additional metres of drilling are said to be planned, across up to 25 drill holes. Drilling is focused on the Nobody Knows 2 zone, as well as possible extensions.
Decade Resources last traded at $0.155 on the TSX Venture.
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