Kimber intercepts 14 metres of 4.5 g/t gold plus 112 g/t silver and 4.5 metres of 12.7 g/t gold at the Carmen gold-silver deposit, Monterde project
Kimber Resources Inc. (NYSE: KBR) is pleased to announce the results of seven drill holes in Monterde, Mexico. The holes were drilled with the objective of expanding and upgrading mineral resources potentially amenable to underground extraction ("Carmen Deep" target).
"This Carmen Deep drill program continues to show evidence of strong gold-silver mineralization on various structures within the Carmen deposit, with a significant number of high grade gold-silver intercepts over mineable widths in this latest batch of drill results," said Gordon Cummings, President and CEO of Kimber Resources. "The Monterde drill program has recently been further expanded, with three core rigs on site, and further drilling is planned on the Carmen and Veta Minitas deposits over the coming months."
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