The Martha Mine Overview
The Corporation’s acquisition of the Martha Mine has furthered the transition from an exploration entity to a mining entity. Hunt has one of the largest land packages in Santa Cruz, counting more than 30 strategic properties prior to the acquisition of Martha, which brought another 7 concessions. Hunt is using its acquired flotation mill and infrastructure for mineral exploitation.
Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Cerro Cazador SA (CCSA), Hunt has been an active exploration and development entity in the Santa Cruz Province, Argentina since 2006. From that time, the Corporation has invested over US$50,000,000 dollars in its Santa Cruz properties, which includes the flagships La Josefina Gold / Silver Project (“La Josefina”) and La Valenciana Gold / Silver Project (“La Valenciana”). Both La Josefina and La Valenciana are located within 120 kilometres of the Martha Mine. Most recently, and additionally, over US$3,000,000 has been invested in the re-commissioning of the Martha mill and infrastructure to support the Company's production efforts at Martha.
Q3 Production Report was disclosed through a News Release on October 24, 2017.
This website was updated to include the results of the National Instrument 43-101-Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (the “Report”).
A news release was issued by the Corporation August 10, 2016 when the Report was filed on SEDAR.com, providing additional details about the Martha Mine.
February 9, 2017 Full Drill Results from Blasthole Drilling at Martha Project.