Arizona Mining has now completed seventy (70) surface diamond drill holes in the 2016-2017 program targeting the carbonate replacement zinc-lead-silver sulfide mineral resource, now known as the Taylor Deposit. The Taylor Deposit is the down-dip sulfide extension of the Company’s silver-manganese Hermosa Central Manto Oxide Project.
Arizona Mining has significant zinc-lead-silver sulfide mineralization at the Taylor Deposit, with the intercepts from the drilling included in the table attached (all intervals reported are down-the-hole drill intervals and not represented as true thickness of the mineralized zones):
Carbonate Replacement Zone is located down-dip and below the Manto Oxide Zone
- Focuses on zinc, lead, silver and copper potential
- Currently envisioned as an underground mine with froth flotation processing
- Opportunity to expand the resource down dip and along strike to the south, north and west