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Baroyeca Channel Samples Average 31 g/t Gold and 67.51 g/t Ag in Vein #2 Exploratory Tunnel at Its Santa Barbara Property in Bolivar, Colombia - Yahoo Finance

Last updated Monday, October 18, 2021 05:00 ET , Source: NewsService

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - October 18, 2021) - BAROYECA GOLD & SILVER INC. (TSXV: BGS) (the "Company") is pleased to announce assay results from the first group of channel samples taken at 1m intervals over the first 18m of exploratory tunnel on Vein #2 at its Santa Barbara gold project in Bolivar, Colombia.

The Santa Barbara exploratory tunnel has been driven for 150m following a continuous shoot in a gold bearing vein (Santa Barbara vein or Vein #1). Vein #2 is parallel to Vein #1 and was intersected after a 40m northwest directed crosscut tunnel perpendicular to Vein #1.

Channel sampling started at meter 40 from where the exploratory crosscut tunnel intersected Vein #2 under existing artisanal mining works mapped on surface. The exploratory tunnel was driven for 9m to the southwest and 8.5m to the southeast following the vein from the crosscut tunnel where it was intersected.

Channel samples collected by Baroyeca (see Fig. 1 and Table 1) average 30.99 g/t Au and 67.51 g/t Ag.

Raul Sanabria, P.Geo., President of Baroyeca commented: "We are stunned by the initial high-grade gold assay results from Vein #2 which continues to demonstrate the quality of the Santa Barbara project. Having an average of one ounce per tonne gold over the first 18m of the tunnel indicates consistent mineralization and we expect to see this continue along strike as we have observed with the surface occurrences and as has been shown in Vein #1 where the mineralized shoot is...

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