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Our first silver pour of .9999 silver

Mineral Solutions Principal Mike Irish Reviewing Ball Mill Output
Gold in Soil Anomalies – Brandywine PRoject
Silver in Soil Anomalies – Brandywine Project
What Are We Doing

Marrying Technology With Mining

We are mining silver at our 100% controlled Bayhorse Silver Mine, OR, USA, from an inferred NI-43-101 resource of 292,300 short tons  at an average grade of 21.65 troy ounces per ton (opt) silver (Ag) for total contained silver of 6,328,400 ounces. The mineralized material contains significant amounts of copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn).

We concentrate the mined material on-site using our state-of-the-art Steinert XRT Ore-Sorter, before shipping the silver/copper concentrate to Mineral Solutions LLC, Coeur d Alene, Idaho, for final processing and refining into .9999 silver.

Doing this, we eliminate the need of shipping concentrate overseas, and save the substantial time and costs of using overseas smelters.


 

Steinert 40 ton/hour XRT Ore-Sorter

We have recently optioned the Brandywine, precious metals rich, volcanogenic massive sulphide project near Squamish, BC, Canada and have engaged GeoTech LTD to conduct a VTEM survey over the property.

See NI-43-101 Report that includes cautionary language

The Road To Silver Production:

NI-43-101 Technical Report on 6.3 Million Oz Silver, Maiden Inferred Resource

Bob Moriarty Discusses Bayhorse Silver Progress
Motherlode TV Interviews Bayhorse CEO Graeme O’Neill

David Morgan of the Silver Investor Interviews Bayhorse CEO Graeme O’Neill
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Where Do We Trade
Bayhorse Silver Inc. is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange in Canada under the symbol TSX-V BHS, the Frankfurt Exchange, Germany, under the symbol 7KXN, and in the US under the symbol KXPLF.Canada -TSX-V BHS U.S.- OTC-KXPLF Frankfurt F.7KXN


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Mines Are Made - Not Found. We Are Mining, Concentrating, & Refining Into .9999 Fine Silver On A Current 6.3 Million Ounce NI-43-101 Inferred Silver Resource

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