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Beaufield Resources Reports Seven Last Drill Hole Results from Tortigny Deposit

Beaufield Resources has released the results of the final seven drill holes, 1,632 m in total, from the Tortigny deposit in its Troilus property, Québec. It commenced drilling at the deposit in 2010 November and completed it in 2011 June. Beaufield drilled 11,393 m, totaling 47 holes, and completed core sampling and definition in June 2011.

The comprehensive drill program proposes a more intricate deposit with fresh folded section or mineralized lenses of identified zones. Currently, Beaufield is constructing a mineralized body model and the reported mineralized in-hole segments do not have true thickness. Based on the sharpness of the mineralized zone, the angle between the mineralized zone and the drilled hole differs.

Beaufield has drilled 1,632 m at an angle that dips from 45° to 60°, totaling seven holes, from north to south. It is essential for these drill holes to evaluate the deposit’s shape and support the geological model expansion.

The company has drilled the holes SGS-11-001A, SGS-11-001B and SGS-11-001C in a fan model that cuts the mineralized zone at three various depths on the similar portion like the earlier vertical holes TO-10-25 and TO-10-28. A hole SGS-11-002A has been drilled at 55° angle at the same portion that is analogous to the former holes TO-10-38 and TO-10-41 and this hole is situated 70 m to the western part of the holes SGS-11-001A, SGS-11-001B, SGS-11-001C.

Beaufield has drilled the holes SGS-11-003A, dipping 60° southwards and scratched the mineralized zone, and SGS-11-003B, dipping 45° southwards cutting the key deposit’s thin lateral expansion, in a fan model at the same section, situated 30 m to the west of the hole SGS-11-002A.

At last, the company has drilled the hole SGS-11-004A, sited at the same location and also 30 m to the west of the hole SGS-11-003A.

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