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Preparations for Brigadier Gold’s First Diamond Drilling campaign has been announced within the Picachos property

14 Aug 2020 | by: Patrick Davis

Brigadier Gold Limited (TSXV:BRG | OTC: BGADF)  has announced that preparations are underway for its inaugural exploration program at its exciting Picachos gold-silver property in Mexico. This will include the first ever diamond drilling program at the historic San Agustin mine, a previous high grade gold operation. Drilling is expected to commence in September and is planned for a minimum 5,000 metres in about 40 holes targeting four high-grade gold-silver veins.

You can read Brigadier Gold’s (TSXV:BRG | OTC: BGADF) Latest News release here.

Picachos is already known to host extensive metal rich vein systems and along with the historic mine, a large copper porphyry prospect in the northern area of the property. Historic sample grades on the property look spectacular. Drill results should be watched carefully in coming months as they have the potential to be a strong catalyst for the share price.

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