Glen Eagle Resources has released the initial results of the spring drill campaign conducted at the Moose Lake project. This program includes drilling of 18 holes at 100 m of depth. The project is situated adjacent to the highway 172, about 100 km towards the northern part of Chicoutimi in Quebec.
The company has intersected 11.5% P2O5 over 1 m, 6.9% P2O5 over 5 m, 6.2% P2O5 over 29 m and 5.6% P2O5 over 41 m in hole LO 12-07; and 5.4% P2O5 over 54 m in hole LO 12-08.
Glen Eagle allocated 13 holes to the "Lac Orignal" zone, which has been currently examined over 1 km that shows half the length of the anomaly that is visible. The popular thickness, which was originally considered to be 75 m, has been expanded to a thickness of 346 m.
Lac Vanel is the freshly identified zone situated about 5 km towards the northeast part of the "Lac Orignal" zone and has been examined with five holes that enclose a region of 476 m long and 70 m thick.
The company is confident about the future drilling results that will be available from the laboratory in the subsequent two months. Gilles Laverdière, P.Geo., a qualified person as per the NI 43-101 disclosing standards, is managing the drill campaign.