Hunt Mining produces 257,333 oz silver in first half 2017

Hunt Mining's Martha silver-gold mine in Santa Cruz province, Argentina. Source: Hunt Mining Corp.

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Hunt Mining’s Martha silver-gold mine in Santa Cruz province, Argentina. Source: Hunt Mining Corp.

Hunt Mining Corp. [HMX-TSXV; HMXZF-OTC] reported first half 2017 production of 257,333 troy ounces of silver and 285.61 troy ounces of gold, or 277,897 silver equivalent troy ounces using a 72 to 1 gold to silver ratio from the 100%-owned Martha Mine project located in Santa Cruz province, Argentina. Gross revenue generated through the sale of the silver and gold is US $4,851,569.


Period                                  Gold (troy oz) Silver (troy oz)  Gross revenue

Second quarter 2017 total             258.97              226,413      $4,281,545

First quarter 2017 total                   26.64                30,920          $570,023

First half 2017 total                      285.61              257,333       $4,851,569

Troy ounces consist of 31.1035 grams.

Gross revenue is in US dollars.

Troy ounces are based on independent assays taken at the port by Alex Stewart.


  • Initiated production at the Martha Project on Jan. 17, 2017;
  • Extended off-take agreement with Ocean Partners USA Inc. for delivery of concentrate from Martha Project;
  • Initiated shallow drilling using blasthole rig at Martha project.

The seven mining concessions gained in the Martha Project acquisition are being expanded with the combination of surface channel sampling and shallow exploration drilling in locations not known to have been explored by previous owners.

Hunt Mining has continued to develop its properties as an active and aggressive explorer in Santa Cruz since 2006, entering into production of silver and gold at the Mina Martha property in January, 2017. Since 2006, Hunt’s wholly owned subsidiary, Cerro Cazador SA, has completed exploration activity including 62,000 metres of HQ core drilling, 416 line-km of IP geophysical surveys, and more than 20,000 surface soil, sediment, channel, chip and trench samples, beyond the historical work previous to the same properties.

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