Northern Vertex Mining Corp (TSXV: NEE) this morning announced that it will be conducting a small seven hole, 800 metre drill program on the West Oatman Trend, a system that runs parallel to the Moss vein.
The planned drill program is being conducted as a follow up to both recent and historical data that has been compiled by the company from past drilling. Last August the company notably intersected 53.34 metres of 0.81 g/t gold and 14.77 g/t silver within the region of the West Oatman Trend.
The target itself reportedly has been followed for a strike length of one kilometre, with the target being located 2.3 kilometres from the Moss Mine. Northern Vertex believes the vein system is analogous to the Moss Mine’s vein system, with grade and thickness increasing at depth. The system remains open along strike to the east and west as well as to depth.
A timeline for completion of the program was not provided.
Northern Vertex last traded at $0.385 on the TSX Venture.
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