Talon Metals says it has set a new intercept record at its Tamarack nickel-copper-cobalt project in Minnesota, Kallanish reports.
Drill hole 21TKO380 produced a record of 23.44 metres of massive sulphide intercept, the company says in releasing 17 new assays, including 11 drill holes on the west side of the main resource area. The nickel content in the first six assays ranged from 1.99% to 6.04%. The copper ranged from 0.97% to 2.85%, and the cobalt ranged from 0.…
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