Kutcho Copper has announced results of an extensive exploration targeting initiative on the Kutcho Project in British Columbia.
Kutcho Copper (TSXV:KC) has announced results of an extensive exploration targeting initiative on the Kutcho Project in British Columbia.
According to the company they have completed a comprehensive compilation and exploration exercise that has identified 25 exploration targets across the property, of which nine have been deemed priority targets and are described at length in the press release.
Highlights include Target 1, which returned mineralized intercepts including 7.2 m of 2 percent copper, 5.2 percent zinc and 17 grams per tonne of gold. Target 7 returning approximately 3 m of a stringer zine with an average of 20 percent pyrite that includes some massive bands, and which assayed 7.3 m of 0.27 percent copper with a high sample of 0.45 percent copper.
As quoted in the press release:
Kutcho Copper will be aggressively following up on these nine target areas in the field in the coming month to prioritize and evaluate them for testing later in the season. In conjunction with these efforts, Kutcho Copper will also conduct an airborne geophysical VTEM survey over portions of the property that have not been covered by geophysical surveys in the past. A VTEM survey carried out in 2011 was highly effective at confirming known mineralization and identifying new anomalies for follow-up.