Kootenay Silver (TSXV: KTN) this morning announced assays from three drill holes conducted at its Copality project in Sinaloa State, Mexico this morning. Results are part of a 3,000 metre campaign conducted at the property this year, for which highlights include 3.2 meters of 1,297 grams per tonne silver and 0.285 grams per tonne gold.
The three drill holes were focused on testing what is referred to as the 5 Senores Vein in the southern portion of the property. Results are said to show continuity along strike for 500 metres of strike length, with mineralization said to match results generated from previous surface sampling.
Results announced for the project today consist of the second third and fourth holes on the project, with all results released for the project thus far being as follows:
The company is currently focused on conducting initial drilling on what it refers to as the principle outcropping veins on the project. It will then use this data to establish which veins have the most promising results, with those veins then being subject to a larger exploration program. Approximately 1,600 metres of the 3,000 metre program have been completed.
Kootenay Silver last traded at $0.40 on the TSX Venture.
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