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Update: Far Resources drills Manitoba lithium project following high-grade sampling

Update: On September 21 Far Resources announced a drill crew had collared the first hole of a 700-metre program focusing on the Zoro property’s dyke 1, which hasn’t undergone modern drilling.

by Greg Klein | September 8, 2017

Encouraging assays have Far Resources CSE:FAT preparing to drill its Zoro lithium property in northern Manitoba’s Snow Lake mining camp. Of 17 samples recently collected from historic trenches and pits on pegmatite dykes 5 to 7, results graded between 1.02% and 3.87% Li2O for dyke 5, with a maximum of 2.59% for dyke 7. Previous samples ranged from 1.46% to 6.35% for dyke 5 and 1.35% to 2.91% for dyke 7.

Far Resources samples more high-grade lithium, prepares to drill Manitoba project

With a soil sampling program just completed,
Far Resources now has drilling underway.

The company confirmed the presence of a dyke swarm on the property in July. Now Far Resources announces an additional pegmatite dyke in the vicinity of dykes 2 to 4. Sixty samples have been collected for assays. In May the company reported chip sample grades of 2.71% and 3.53% Li2O for dyke 2 and 2.41% for dyke 4.

Additionally, a soil sampling program has just wrapped up.

Having closed its acquisition of the Winston gold project in New Mexico last June, Far Resources is considering spinning the property out to a new company.

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