SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN – Buffalo Potash Corp. (“Buffalo”) is pleased to announce that it was successful in acquiring two Subsurface Mineral Permits at the Public Offering held Monday December 13, 2021. The one permit near Odessa is adjacent to one of the highest-grade potash holes in the southeast. The second, Disley, is located east of the K+S Bethune mine and is adjacent to a successful 1960’s vintage solution mining pilot test. The combined size of both permits is 9,522 hectares. 

Steve Halabura, Buffalo’s CEO, commented “The Buffalo team is very excited to have successfully acquired the Odessa (Block 27) and Disley (Block 55) sites. Our technical work shows us that at both, the geology of the Prairie is ideally suited to the needs of our HLD mining process.” 

“The Odessa and Disley permits are located near good road and rail connections, which will make it easy to get KCl feedstock to our planned Estevan Fertilizer Processing Facility.” 

“Each of these is suitable for our Proof-of-Concept site. With land now in hand, we can accelerate our proposed Proof-of-Concept in 2022”. 

Buffalo is also pleased to highlight our website ( has been updated to include our very skilled and experienced technical team that will be supporting us and helping us showcase HLD mining. 

About Buffalo Potash Corp. (“Buffalo” or the “Company”) 

Buffalo is a private Saskatchewan corporation seeking to produce potash and associated fertilizer products using its Horizontal Line-Drive Selective Solution Mining (HLD) mining technology. The Company believes its HLD-equipped mine has the potential to produce high quality, environmentally conscious, Muriate of Potash (“MOP”) product called HLD GreenPotashTM. The facility is designed to minimize the use of fresh water and minimized energy requirements, and with a small surface footprint to further reduce the environmental impact. 

For more information, please contact: 

Steve Halabura, P.Geo. 

CEO & Director 

1 306 220 7715 

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