Kootenay Silver CEO Jim McDonald provided significant updates on the company's ongoing drilling program at the Columba Silver Project in Chihuahua, Mexico, during an interview with Steve Darling from Proactive.
McDonald discussed the importance of the drill holes, which are part of a 12-to-15-hole campaign designed to extend known mineralization on the "D-Vein" target area at Columba. These holes are crucial as they increase the volume of mineralization in the D Vein shoot with impressive grades and widths. One highlight from the drilling program is hole CDH-23-138, which revealed 13.56 meters core-length averaging 599 gpt silver, 0.5% lead, and 1.2% zinc from 182.94 meters downhole.
These results support the working thesis along the D Vein and provide valuable evidence as the company progresses toward establishing a maiden resource for the project in late 2024.
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