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Bulk Leach Extractable Gold, more commonly shortened to BLEG, is a geochemical sampling and analysis tool. It was developed in the early 1980s to address concerns relating to the accurate measuring of fine grained gold, and involves cyanide leaching relatively large (two to five kilos) samples for gold.>> (Bulk Leach Extractable Gold) samples on the west side. The first target they identified was Acrobat, currently in our West Pequop property JVed with Agnico Eagle. They did some early drilling there, which we followed up on with IPO money in the fall of 2005.