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Far Resources prepares for 1,200-meter drill program at Zoro lithium property

Far Resources Ltd. said Oct. 6 that field crews have completed prospecting, mapping and initial preparations for a planned 1,200-meter drill program at its Zoro lithium property in Manitoba.

Collar locations for the upcoming drill program have been adjusted based on an ongoing interpretation of historical data and new field observations.

The recent prospecting program identified and mapped a total of 47 pit and trench locations, resulting in the definitive location of Dyke 6, a historical spodumene-bearing pegmatite dyke.

Additional pegmatite-bearing outcrops were also located on the property. These outcrops show no evidence of exploration and will be the focus of additional field work in the future.

Far Resources' crews will revisit the Zoro property to cut drill and helicopter pads in preparation for the planned program after the Thanksgiving holiday.