Far Resources Limited reports that initial drilling has intersected wide zones of spodumene in Dyke One on their Zoro Lithium Property near Snow Lake. The Company says they expect to drill a minimum of two thousand meters to test for the extension of high grade lithium below 200 meters in previously untested areas of Dyke one. As drilling proceeds helicopter and drill pads are being prepared to provide access to additional high grade lithium dykes on the property. They note surface outcrop sampling by field crews returned values of up to 6.35 percent lithium in these dykes.
Their President Keith Anderson says these initial wide intercepts of spodumene mineralization in deeper levels of Dyke One are providing them with confidence that high grade lithium mineralization can be traced to depth from surface and shallow levels in the Dyke and they look forward to the rest of the drill results including those on the property where little to no historic diamond drilling has been undertaken.