Yale Resources said that sampling at the Los Amoles Silver Property, located in central Sonora, Mexico continues to show the potential for multiple sampling techniques in a test sampling of select shafts.

Work at Los Amoles is being performed by Yale on behalf of Sonora Resources, who by funding the exploration has the right to earn a 70% interest in the property.

The central target area of the property measures 300 by 600m with workings greater than 20 shafts and adits identified to date.

The distribution of workings on different veins and different sections of each vein provides access to various levels of the mineralizing system, open along strike and to depth, due to the topography.

The recently completed work program was designed to test the exposed vein in the walls of the vertical shafts of select workings and metallurgical recoveries and net smelter returns are assumed to be 100%, The company stated.

In addition, a test soil grid covering an area measuring 200 by 400m confirmed a 250m curvi-linear silver anomaly that has been interpreted to represent the buried continuation of a vein and several discrete anomalies that occur immediately down slope from historic workings and their respective waste piles.