Arizona Mining has now completed eighty (80) 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.
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).
The Taylor Carbonate Replacement Deposit:
- Focuses on zinc, lead and silver potential
- Is currently envisioned as an underground mine with froth flotation processing
- Has the opportunity to expand the resource down dip, along strike on the patented ground to the northwest and on the unpatented ground to the west, northeast and southwest