Levon Resources (CVE:LVN) announced results from the first 30 core holes (15,787.6 m) of the ongoing Cordero Phase 3 drill program.
Levon Resources (TSXV:LVN) announced results from the first 30 core holes (15,787.6 m) of the ongoing Cordero Phase 3 drill program.
The press release is quoted as saying:
Phase 3 core holes are being drilled in three 1.4 km long, north-south drill fences, in the Cordero Porphyry Zone to delineate the bulk tonnage mineralization and test it at depth. A recent highlight is the best of three broad, bulk tonnage intersections in core hole C10-87 (124 m grading 26.3 g/T Ag, 0.019 g/T Au, 0.77% Zn, 0.60% Pb (67.8 g/T Ag equivalent) Table 1). Hole C10-87 was a 150 m offset of holes C10-41 (170 m grading 17.33 g/T Ag, 0.03 g/T Au, 0.638 % Zn, 0.438 % Pb (62.9 g/T Ag equivalent) news release of June 1, 2010) and C10-72 intercepts (Table 1) The Porphyry zone remains open and requires continued step out drilling to delineate the mineralization
Vic Cheviillon, VP Exploration at Levon said:
“Now that porphyry controls and associated alteration zoning have been recognized in the Cordero Porphyry target, we are attempting to use the porphyry style zoning patterns to guide the drilling toward the center of the mineralized system. This simple approach becomes complicated due to the presence of multiple episodes of alteration and mineralization and by the presence of composite, nested mineralized rhyolite and dacite stocks, and diatremes in the felsic volcanic dome complex