The first modern drill program follows extensive sampling and other field work on Far Resources’ Zoro lithium project.
Having finished field work that included the Zoro lithium project’s first modern drill program, Far Resources CSE:FAT reports wide intervals showing visual evidence of spodumene. Still to come are lab results from the 710-metre program, as well as from rock and soil samples taken from the property in Manitoba’s Snow Lake camp.
Targeting Zoro’s pegmatite dyke 1, drilling revealed light green spodumene in widths of 40.5 metres, 39.8 metres, 23 metres, 19.8 metres and 7.5 metres. Additionally, the company’s waiting on assays for 60 rock samples taken from dykes 2, 3 and 4. Also pending are lab results for 410 soil samples collected from areas north and south along trend of all known dykes on the property.
Late last month the company added another 2,200 hectares to Zoro, extending the property towards Ashburton Ventures’ (TSXV:ABR) Thompson Brothers lithium project.
In December Far Resources shareholders will vote on a proposal to spin out the Winston gold projectin New Mexico to a newly created company.