Cuervo Reports High Grade Magnetite in Final Holes of Initial

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Cuervo Reports  High Grade Magnetite in Final Holes of Initial Drilling On Bob 1
Zone at Cerro Ccopane Iron Project in Peru, Latest Results Extend Strike Length
to Over 2,000 Meters 
* Holes 17 and 18, drilled as northerly step outs, showed intersections of 112
meters grading 49% Fe and 35 meters grading 52% Fe, respectively. 
* Indicated strike length of magnetite mineralization at Bob 1 zone increased
from 1,400 to over 2,000 meters. 
* Release of NI 43-101 Resource Estimate on Bob 1 zone expected next month. 
January 10, 2013 - Toronto, Ont. 
Cuervo Resources Inc. (CNSX-FE; FWB-CRR; "Cuervo" or the "Company") reports
results from the final two holes of initial drilling on the Bob 1 zone of its
Cerro Ccopane Iron Project in south central Peru. Laboratory results of Hole 17,
designated BDH 12-17, intersected 112.5 meters grading 49.3% Fe. Hole 18,
designated BDH12-18, intersected 35.4 meters grading 52.4% Fe. Both holes were
drilled as northerly step outs from the central area of the zone. As a
consequence of the northerly step out drilling, the indicated strike length of
the Bob 1 magnetite mineralization has been extended from approximately 1,400
meters to over 2,000 meters 
The results from Hole 17 are similar to those of 13 previously reported holes
from the central area of the Bob 1 zone, each evidencing a large intersection of
high grade magnetite mineralization. The narrower magnetite mineralized
intersection encountered in Hole 18 is viewed as being customary in skarn type
deposits such as is evident at the Bob 1 zone. 
Overall, the aim of the now completed 18 hole, 4,500 meter drill program has
been to test the billion tonne potential of the Bob 1 zone indicated by a 3+
kilometer belt of  magnetite outcropping and strong geophysical signatures. This
potential has found strong support from internal analysis of geophysical data,
surface trenching and drill results along approximately two-thirds of the known
strike length of the anomaly. 
The findings of an independent assessment of the Bob 1 zone will soon be
available with the scheduled release of a NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate
in February 2013. 
Tables 1and 2 present the analytical summaries of results from holes BD12-17 and
Drill holes 17 and 18 intersected intervals of magnetite with intervals of an
intermediate intrusive. Sulphide mineralization (predominantly pyrite) is also
locally present in all drill holes reported on the Bob 1 zone. 
Table 1
Intersection of Bob 1 Zone BDH 12-17 
of     above             Assay Results
From    To   Cutoff Interval Cutoff Fe  Sio2     S     P       Mn    Cu
(m)     (m)    (%)   (m)     (m)    (%)   (%)    (%)   (%)     (%)    (%)
67.30 179.80   -  112.50  108.30  49.3% 14.76% 2.81% 0.043% 0.107% 0.116%
67.30 179.80  10% 112.50  104.15  50.9% 13.48% 2.89% 0.042% 0.108% 0.116%
67.30 179.80  20% 112.50   95.20  54.3% 10.95% 3.06% 0.039% 0.104% 0.119%
Table 2
Intersection of Bob 1 Zone BDH 12-18 
of     above             Assay Results
From    To   Cutoff Interval Cutoff Fe   Sio2     S     P       Mn    Cu
(m)     (m)    (%)   (m)     (m)    (%)   (%)    (%)   (%)     (%)    (%)
5.30   40.70    -   35.40   35.40 52.4% 11.22% 1.46% 0.121% 0.135% 0.093%
5.30   40.70   10%  35.40   35.40 52.4% 11.22% 1.46% 0.121% 0.135% 0.093%
5.30   40.70   20%  35.40   34.10 54.0% 10.05% 1.46% 0.121% 0.130% 0.094%
Magnetic mineralization has been mapped on surface along more than 3 kilometers
at Bob 1 providing the explanation of the geophysical anomaly. The sulphides
when present in the Bob 1 drill cores exhibit similar grain sizes within the
magnetite mineralization that were  previously outlined at the Orcopura,
Huillque and Aurora zones some 10 kilometers SSE. Additional information showing
the map location of the current Bob 1 drill holes and the laboratory results can
be found at the Company's website at: 
A nominal sampling interval of 2.0m is currently being carried out within the
sections of typical iron mineralization. Analyses were performed by the SGS DEL
PERU S.A.C. Laboratory in Lima Peru which is a member of the S.G.S.
International Group of Laboratories and is ISO 9001 certified. Laboratory check
analyses were performed on approximately 10% of the samples submitted while
field duplicate samples were performed on average of 1 in 15 samples submitted
and field standard samples were performed on an average of 1 in 40 samples sent
to the laboratory. The Company is satisfied with the reproducibility of the
analyses for the elements
reported. All drill cores were logged and sampled at Cuervo's logging/cutting
facility in Cusco. 
The current exploration work and content of this release has been carried out
under the supervision of Mr. Velasquez Spring, P.Eng., a qualified person for
Cuervo under the definition of NI43-101. 
For further information, please contact Mr. Brian Berner, CEO and a Director of
the Company, at 416-203-3957 ext 201 or Mr. Tom Berner, Investor Relations, at
416-203-3957 ext 202. Additional information about Cuervo can be found at the
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