Deer Horn Metals Inc.
is exploring and developing the 60 sq-kilometre Deer Horn Property, a rare, high-grade tellurium-gold-silver-tungsten project located near the Huckleberry Mine in west-central British Columbia. Deer Horn hosts what is believed to be the first and only NI 43-101 tellurium resource ever reported: 66,000 kg Indicated grading 160 g/t tellurium and 27,000 kg Inferred grading 137 g/t tellurium. The 1.5 km, near-surface vein system remains open to the east, west and downdip. Recent advances in solar technology have increased tellurium demand and generated new interest in locating deposits capable of supporting a tellurium mine, particularly in North America. The added gold, silver and tungsten at Deer Horn offer further potential value. Deer Horn Metals is led by a management team with previous success in bringing an exploration property to development and buyout by a major resource company.