At least some good comments today -- The Gold Report
The Gold Report Interview with Mike Niehuser (2/1/13) "Terraco Gold Corp.'s has the 35-square-kilometer Moonlight project. The company told me the old timers could see the silver in the moonlight; not sure if it is true but it is a great story. Terraco also has royalty interest in Spring Valley. Terraco's main project is in Idaho; although it's not a marquee area like Nevada, Idaho has potential to surprise and I would like to see that project as well."More >
Haywood Securities (1/15/13) "Terraco Gold Corp. is a company to watch in Q3/12. . .its Almaden project has seen significant exploration and small-scale production since its discovery in the late 1930s. . .since acquiring the project, the company has completed two phases of drilling. . .the 2013 work program will include completion of ongoing metallurgical test work (Q1/13) leading to a possible updated resource estimate and a PEA in Q2/13 as well as additional drilling."
The Gold Report Interview with Rick Mills (12/3/12) "Terraco Gold Corp. has several irons in the fire. Nutmeg Mountain, the Almaden project, is putting out an updated NI 43-101. It has 887 holes that were inherited. . .the company has done 52 core holes and four 4-inch metallurgical holes that it is going to include in the new NI 43-101. . .Almaden seems to be a perfect example of a low-cost deposit. We're looking at a new NI 43-101 with better recovery in the cores, and the holes support that. The diamond-drill holes were 20–40% better grade than the RAB and the RC. We're waiting on metallurgical results that should be out shortly. . .Terraco should have a PEA early in 2013. It could come up with some superior numbers that show Almaden as a serious low-cost producer. It's heap leach. The company has $1.8M in the treasury. Terraco is going to do its PEA and see if it can produce out there." More >