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Agave Silver Attends KEG Conference & Trade Show

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Vancouver, BC / ACCESSWIRE / April 7, 2014 / Agave Silver Corp. (TSX-V: AGV) (“Agave” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company’s representatives will be attending the Kamloops Exploration Group’s 27th Annual KEG Conference and Trade Show being held from Tuesday April 8 to Wednesday April 9, 2014.

The Company is pleased to be a sponsor of the opening ceremonies and will be hosting a core shack to present and answer questions on Agave’s 100% owned Kaslo Silver Property (“Kaslo”). The Company’s President and CEO, Ronald Lang will be accompanied by Dr. Derek McBride, P.Geo. who supervises exploration programs on Kaslo . Dr. McBride is responsible for all technical reporting and is the Company’s supervisor and “Qualified Person” with respect to the Kaslo Property for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101.

Kaslo, a silver target, hosts eleven historic high-grade silver mineralized zones within 14 kilometres of sub-parallel shear zones. Nine high-grade silver mines operated on the Kaslo Property at various times from 1895 to 1966. The 4,000 Ha property is located 12 kilometres west of Kaslo in southern British Columbia.

Agave Silver Corp. is a silver-gold exploration company. To learn more about Agave Silver please click here http://www.agavesilvers.com/

For more information on the KEG Conference, please visit http://www.keg.bc.ca/conference.htm

On behalf of the board of Agave Silver Corporation

Ronald M. Lang

President & CEO

For Investor Relations please call: Rob Paul at 604-817-6010 or Ron Lang at 604-558-3908.

Tel: (604) 687-4622 Fax: (604) 687-4212 Toll Free: 1-888-267-1400

Email: info@agavesilver.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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