Max Resource Corp (TSXV: MXR) this morning provided an update on the ongoing exploration program at its Cesar North project in Colombia. The firm has seen the significant expansion of the URU zone from four to twelve kilometres of strike following recent exploration.
Located in the southern portion of the Cesar North property, the URU zone is now reported to be continuous over a 12 kilometre span while remaining open in all directions. Additional assays have also been sent for analysis from this portion of the strike.
Previously, the company has indicated highlights of 4.3% copper and 8 g/t silver of widths of 10 metres within rock chip samples collected on the initial portion of the zone. Minerals observed in this region of the proeprty include copper oxide, native copper, cuprite and chalcocite among others.
“In less than three months the Max field team extended the URU zone to 12-kilometres of strike, which is a testament to their expert field skills. The strike extension remains open in all directions, demonstrating the major-scale potential of URU. We look forward to the new URU copper assay results due late this month”Brett Matich, CEO
The field exploration program is currently slated to run through to the end of the year.
Max Resource Corp last traded at $0.22 on the TSX Venture.
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