Miami — Copper Fox Metals, Inc. has announced exploration drilling plans for its underground Van Dyke Copper Project in the town of Miami The Canadian company, which owns some 1,100 acres of mineral rights in and around the town of Miami, says it plans to seek the necessary permits to drill seven deep diamond drill holes in the town and a probable 25 additional exploration diamond drill sites, depending upon results. The project is being conducted here through its subsidiary, Desert Fox Minerals, Company.
Here is what Copper Fox Metals President Elmer B. Stewart had to say about his company’s latest plans:
“The re-sampling and proposed diamond drilling programs are designed to confirm the historical data in advance of completing a NI 43-101 compliant resource estimation. The resource estimation is the first step towards completion of a Preliminary Economic Assessment of the Van Dyke copper deposit. The gold and silver concentrations available from the historical data are of significant interest and dictate that the distribution and concentration of these elements over the entire deposit need to be determined in order to select the best method in which to evaluate this deposit.”For the complete article see the 01-15-2014 issue.
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