A feasibility study of Almaden Minerals’ Ixtaca gold-silver project in Puebla state, Mexico, supports a project producing an average of 108,500 ounces per year (oz/y) of gold and 7.06 million oz/y of silver (203,000 gold equivalent oz) over the first six years of operations. The study and resulting mine plan incorporate significant changes from an earlier prefeasibility study, including filtered dry-stack tailings, ore sorting, increased throughput, and an improved mine schedule. Collectively, the changes result in a reduced project footprint and improved economics.
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