San Francisco gold grades reported so far are at 7 grams/t and that would increase gold produced. Also smelting will help purify the gold from the Mina Real from manganese which I think management is also thinking. Dore production from refining precipitate is a great idea, and when they hook to the the power grid at San Francisco that would give Rochester 2 processing facilities.
At Agua Negra area, activities resume through the cross-section near the drillholes cuts NG-07-001 and NG-07-002 with average grades of 7.81 g/t Au and 815 g/t Ag over a width of 2.28m and 7.35 g/t Au and 433 g/t Ag over a width of 1.03 m respectively. There are about 50m more to reach the area
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