The Northern Zone
Thirteen drill holes completed in the Northern Zone identified four phosphate-bearing layers. The layers average 60 m true width and are at least 375 m long. The layers appear to be open in all directions. Two holes intersected the mineralized layers to a depth of at least 200 m. Two of the four layers show grades in excess of 7.0% P2O5 (phosphate). The four layers show an average grade of 6.2% P2O5.
Assay Results for the Northern Zone
The Southern Zone
Seven drill holes in the Southern Zone identified two layers containing phosphate. Both layers averaged 100 metres true width. The primary layer is at least 1,500 m long. Drilling showed that the mineralized layers extend to a depth of at least 150 m. The average grade of the layers in the Southern Zone is 4.7% P2O5 (phosphate).