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Dense pegmatite swarm a mark of Zoro

Far Resources (CN:FAT) expects to have a handle on the mineral potential of its Zoro lithium property in Manitoba, Canada, once basic exploration and prospecting work concludes later this autumn. The company will then move into drilling with a minimum 2,000m campaign that will look to put additional meat on the historical resource at dyke #1 whilst drill defining some of the other six known dykes as it looks ahead to publish a NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource.

Outcropping pegmatite at Zoro is presenting Far with a drilling quandary

Outcropping pegmatite at Zoro is presenting Far with a drilling quandary

Zoro was previously explored and drilled in the 1950s as a source of lithium for ceramics but the property is receiving renewed interest now that lithium is the darling of the lithium-ion battery age that...

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