Resource and expansion drilling at the Kutcho copper-zinc project in British Columbia has extended mineralization down dip of its Main deposit, reports Kutcho Copper (TSXV: KC; US-OTC: KCCFF).
Mineralization was extended 50 metres down-dip from previous drilling and beyond the project’s existing resource model in drill hole KC18-280, which returned a 5.4 metre intercept from 193 metres down hole grading 2.48% copper, 1.0% zinc, 114 grams silver per tonne, and 0.24 gram gold, or 4.0% copper equivalent.
The Main deposit remains open down-dip in this area and along strike over a distance of 250 metres.
The company also reported that 62% of its down dip holes intersected sulphide mineralization at Main.
Highlights from eight other drill holes …
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