Dajin Resources Corp. (“Dajin”) has the right to earn a 65% interest in the Cowtrail properties consisting of 32 mineral claims covering 4,600 hectares located 15 kilometers from Horsefly in the Cariboo Mining District of south central British Columbia.
The property is located in the vicinity of the recently reopened Mount Polley Mine and the Spanish Mountain and Woodjam discovery areas. Favourable geophysical anomalies from airborne surveys completed in 1967 and 2004 on the Cowtrail property lead to staking of the claim blocks in 2004.
Interest in this area of British Columbia was renewed in 2003 following the announcement by Imperial Metals Corporation of a significant new discovery at the Mount Polley Mine, located 20 kilometers northwest of the Cowtrail claim group.
An induced polarization (IP) survey to cover a large aero magnetic anomaly for the area was completed by Dajin in September 2006 on the Cowtrail claims. Results from the IP survey indicated six (6) anomalies which will be targeted for drilling in the summer of 2007 following a detailed soil sampling program. South of the Cowtrail claims assay results from previous drilling at hole 97-B-21 by Imperial Metals Corporation in 1997 intersected copper and gold mineralization the entire length of the hole.