February 2003 by StaffDue to technical difficulties, the online version of the February 2003 issue of ICMJ is currently unavailable. Please know we are working on this and will get the February issue uploaded as soon as possible. In the meantime, please enjoy the other issues of 2003! Thank you for your understanding! —ICMJ
Our theory was that a dredge would collect far more material in a shorter period of time, leaving us with ounces of gold every day.
Even though these were some of the earliest placer deposits to be worked, there is still plenty of gold left today—it just takes more work to recover. Knowing about the old locations where gold has been found is the first step to success.
Through the milling process, the rock must be crushed and the values extracted. Let’s break down our discussion into the different parts and elements of the mill…
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