These goats will be bred to a Nigerian buckling this fall and to the Angora buck the year after. That is cross #1 of Angora/Nigerian Dwarf, then cross #2 will be the cross to a Nigerian bringing the goat to 75% Nigerian, then back to an Angora then being 50/50 again. The advantage of doing it this way, though it takes 4 years, is that the off spring should have some colour to them. Angora fibre is usually white, but there are coloured Angoras. Nigerians come in a multitude of colours and patterns, so by the fourth generation, some of the colour hopefully will be in the babies.
The other way to do it is to breed the crosses and then breed the crosses to each other so long as they are not related. That is harder to do with a small herd because the babies in my herd are all sired by the same dude in a single year. I would have keep two bucks and separate the does in order to do it the other way. That might be a possibility down the road. For example, Sofi is a Nigerian/Angora cross from Daphne last year. Next year when the Angora buckling gets to breed, then a buckling that is cross bred and not Daphne's can breed with Sofi. Then it is Nygora to Nygora. Both arrangement might be possible. I will see how it goes. In the meantime, these little F1 (first generation) hybrid Angora/Nigerian cross goats are shedding their lovely fibre and it is a mess. I wonder what the new fibre will be like for next year. Wait and see!