Beaufield Resources Inc

Canadian Resource Exploration Company

Beaufield Reports the Seven Last Holes From Tortigny, 43-101 is Underway, More Exploration Starting

Beaufield Resources Inc. is pleased to report results from the last seven diamond drill holes totalling 1,632 metres from the Tortigny deposit, located on its 100% owned Troilus property, 100 kilometres north of Chibougamau, Québec.

The drilling program on the Tortigny deposit started on November 24th 2010 and finished on June 8th 2011. 47 holes, totalling 11,393 metres, were drilled. Core description and sampling were completed on June 29th 2011. Forty holes were released previously (NR’s February 4, 2011, April 20, 2011 and July 27 2011).

The detailed drilling suggests a deposit more complex than originally supposed, with new mineralized lenses, or folded portions of known zones being located below the assumed bottom of the hinge as reported in 1997 by Noranda Inc. Beaufield is presently building a model of the mineralized body. It should be noted that the mineralized in-hole sections reported here are not necessarily true width. The angle between the drilled hole and the mineralized zone varies from one hole to another depending on the steepness of the mineralized zone.

The seven holes reported in this press release, total 1,632 metres and were drilled north to south, at an angle dipping from 45° to 60°. These holes were necessary to better estimate the shape of the deposit and help in the elaboration of a geological model.

Holes SGS-11-001A (40°), SGS-11-001B (50°) and SGS-11-001C (60°), located on the same setup were drilled in a fan pattern intercepting the mineralized zone at three different depths on the same section as the previously reported vertical holes TO-10-25 ( 9.27% Zinc, 5.17% Copper, 134.55 g/t Silver and 0.72 g/t Gold over 39.35 metres) (NR’s April 20, 2011) and TO-10-28 (13.07% Zinc, 6.17% Copper, 149.91 g/t Silver and 0.48 g/t Gold over 21.05 metres) (NR’s April 20, 2011). The mineralized intersections in the three holes are reported in the table below.

Table 1:

From
(m)
To
(m)
Length
(m)
Zinc
(%)
Copper
(%)
Lead
(%)
Silver
(g/t)
Gold
(g/t)
SGS-11-001A 60.85 63.05 2.20 16.06% 2.52% 0.30% 73.86 g/t 0.19 g/t
SGS-11-001A 73.00 94.50 21.50 3.56% 1.74% 0.17% 49.53 g/t 0.40 g/t
Including 86.60 92.45 5.85 6.03% 4.49% 0.32% 123.95 g/t 1.08 g/t
SGS-11-001B 81.00 100.35 19.35 7.19% 2.53% 0.33% 74.38 g/t 0.29 g/t
Including 82.05 87.95 5.90 11.32% 2.30% 0.55% 82.63 g/t 0.32 g/t
Including 92.85 98.05 5.20 11.22% 4.98% 0.32% 130.33 g/t 0.61 g/t
SGS-11-001C 107.50 119.30 11.80 6.97% 5.66% 0.19% 140.26 g/t 0.88 g/t
Including 107.50 111.35 3.85 8.53% 5.87% 0.20% 126.15 g/t 0.23 g/t
Including 112.80 118.50 5.70 8.31% 6.86% 0.23% 177.74 g/t 1.58 g/t

Hole SGS-11-002A was conducted at an angle of 55° on the same section as the previously reported holes TO-10-38 (10.51% Zinc, 4.50% Copper, 119.17 g/t Silver and 0.41 g/t Gold over 4.45 metres) and TO-10-41 (11.78% Zinc, 5.70% Copper, 128.76 g/t Silver and 0.76 g/t Gold over 18.95 metres) (NR’s July 27, 2011) and located 70 metres west of hole SGS-11-001A, B, C. The Mineralized intersection is reported in following table.

Table 2:

From
(m)
To
(m)
Length
(m)
Zinc
(%)
Copper
(%)
Lead
(%)
Silver
(g/t)
Gold
(g/t)
SGS-11-002A 163.25 171.50 8.25 12.04% 6.40% 0.22% 154.40 g/t 1.66 g/t

Holes SGS-11-003A and SGS-11-003B were drilled on the same setup in a fan pattern located 30 metres west of SGS-11-002A. Hole SGS-11-003A is dipping 60° south and deviated excessively and grazed the mineralized zone. Hole SGS-11-003B dipping 45° south intersected a thin lateral extension of the main deposit, as the same section of hole TO-10-39 (3.86% Zinc, 4.22% Copper, 107.71 g/t Silver and 1.27 g/t Gold over 3.15 metres) (NR’s July 27, 2011). The mineralized intersection is reported in following table.

Table 3:

From
(m)
To
(m)
Length
(m)
Zinc
(%)
Copper
(%)
Lead
(%)
Silver
(g/t)
Gold
(g/t)
SGS-11-003A 219.85 222.75 2.90 4.77% 0.86% 0.11% 25.05 g/t 0.20 g/t
Including 221.20 222.75 1.55 7.59% 1.04% 0.14% 30.56 g/t 0.27 g/t
SGS-11-003B 171.00 174.60 3.60 2.70% 0.43% 0.18% 24.36 g/t 0.17 g/t

Finally hole SGS-11-004A, located on the same section as the previously reported holes TO-10-42 (14.90% Zinc, 6.87% Copper, 159.28 g/t Silver and 0.84 g/t Gold over 23.00 metres) and TO-10-51 (8.48% Zinc, 6.75% Copper, 146.00 g/t Silver and 0.92 g/t Gold over 21.50 metres) (NR’s July 27, 2011) and located 30 metres west of hole SGS-11-003A. The mineralized intersection is reported in following table.

Table 4:

From
(m)
To
(m)
Length
(m)
Zinc
(%)
Copper
(%)
Lead
(%)
Silver
(g/t)
Gold
(g/t)
SGS-11-004A 230.30 234.75 4.45 8.03% 6.75% 0.10% 141.66 g/t 1.28 g/t
SGS-11-004A 242.00 245.55 3.55 7.12% 5.72% 0.56% 130.92 g/t 0.79 g/t
SGS-11-004A 249.00 257.90 8.90 7.15% 7.93% 0.24% 164.97 g/t 2.24 g/t

A independent NI 43-101 resource calculation, on the Tortigny deposit, is currently underway, and is expected to be completed by the end of the current year. In the vicinity of the Tortigny deposit, multiple drill targets have been identified by airborne electromagnetic, ground induced polarization survey and further support from an airborne gravity survey. Ground follow-up campaign, this fall, will evaluate the targets before drilling. Drilling is scheduled to begin in late October or early November 2011.

Quality Assurance / Quality Control

Core processing included descriptive logging and systematic sampling for analysis. The drill core samples were completely cut in half, with one half delivered to a commercial laboratory and the other half retained for future reference. Duplicates, blanks and standards were inserted into the sample sequence. Gold assays were performed at ALS CHEMEX Laboratories in Val d’Or, Quebec. The processed samples were submitted to a standard Fire Assay with AA technique (Au-AA-23) and Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectroscopy (ME-ICP-41) on a 30 gram sub-sample.

David Frappier-Rivard, P.Geo., Exploration Manager is the Qualified Person, as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and supervised both the field project and the preparation of the technical information in this release.

FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS: This press release contains forward-looking statements, which address future events and conditions, which are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in such forward-looking statements as a result of numerous factors, some of which may be beyond the Company’s control. These factors include: results and timing of exploration activities, general market and industry conditions and other risks disclosed in the Company’s filings with Canadian Securities Regulators.

Forward-looking statements are based on the expectations and opinions of the Company’s management on the date the statements are made. The assumptions used in the preparation of such statements, although considered reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such, undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by applicable law. Depending on exploration results and available financing, the Company may at any point modify the suggested work program for 2011.

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