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Mines Are Made… and Bayhorse Silver Inc. is making a silver mine.
We are currently conducting underground development safety work and stope work at the former producing Bayhorse Silver Mine located in east-central Oregon. The Company’s goal is to extract up to 5,000 cu/yds (15,000 tons) of high grade silver bearing material. In 1984 Silver King mines reported production of approximately 5,700 tons of which 23% reportedly graded between 20 – 100 oz/ton silver, 71% reportedly graded 6 – 20 oz/ton silver, and 6% graded less than 6 oz/ton silver. Any successful extraction of material from the reported mineralized zone has the prospect of generating near term cash flow to the Company and minimizing future dilution.
Wild Cat Oil discoveries have the potential to significantly increase a companies visibility and share prices. Bayhorse has entered into a Farm-In Agreement with Saturn Minerals Inc. (“Saturn”) whereby it can earn a 25% interest in Saturn’s approximately 400 square mile Little Swan light oil prospect.
President & CEO Graeme O’Neill, Mining Supervisor Dan Capparelli, AMT, at the Bayhorse Mine, September 2015.
Bayhorse Silver installing Greenhawks SOLO-technology at the Bayhorse Silver Mine
Bayhorse President in Interview with David Morgan
SmallCap Power Interviews Bayhorse President, Graeme O’Neill
Bayhorse Silver President Graeme O’Neill interviewed by Mining Clips
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