Marrying Technology With Mining

Bayhorse Silver has expended a modest US$7,000,000 in Capital Expenditures in developing the Bayhorse Silver Mine to a producing state, including the installation of our high-tech Ore-Sorter.

With the current gold/silver ratio  undergoing a reversion to the mean from its high of 131:1, now at 72:1 and $28/ounce, there is still a high probability that it will overshoot to the downside, to as low as 30:1. What will the silver price be when that happens?

We have been mining silver at our 100% controlled Bayhorse Silver Mine, OR, USA, from an inferred NI-43-101 resource of 292,300 short tons  at an average grade of 21.65 troy ounces per ton (opt) silver (Ag) for total contained silver of 6,328,400 ounces. The mineralized material contains significant amounts of copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn).

We concentrate the mined material on-site using our state-of-the-art Steinert XRT Ore-Sorter, then with our milling/gravity/flotationcircuit into a targeted 10,000 – 20,000 gram/ton (480 to 640 oz/ton) concentrate, before shipping the final silver/copper concentrate.

We have entered into an Offtake Agreement for the sale of our silver/copper concentrate produced from the Bayhorse Silver Mine with Ocean Partners UK Limited.

In the longer term we intend refining the concentrate into .9999 silver.

View the Flotation Circuit Here

Doing this, we eliminate the need of shipping concentrate overseas, and save the substantial time and costs of using overseas smelters.


 591 oz/ton (18,385 g/t) gravity table sample from the bonanza grade Big Dog zone (Metsolve Labs Assay)

With Visible Gold showings grading 20.2 g/ton over 1.52 meters in core and a historic drill hole 28 meters away grading 1.52 meters at 37 g/ton, our recently optioned Brandywine, precious metals rich, volcanogenic massive sulphide project near Squamish, BC, Canada promises to be an exciting development story for Bayhorse. Are readying to drill the DP gold zone where there are already significant historic gold intersections to further develop the gold zone.

See NI-43-101 Report that includes cautionary language

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