During the winter, I was blessed with 2 large litters of what I think are exceptionally nice English Angora rabbits. The sire, Lawman, is homozygous black, but carries REW. So unless bred to an agouti, everything he sires is either REW or black.
The dam of one litter is a small tort doe that has very correct type, but slightly lacking in wool density. The dam of the other is a REW doe that has very nice wool density, but is lacking a bit in type. The sire, Lawman, has excellent wool density, and depth of body, but is slightly cow hocked.
These two litters are very similar to each other, and the individuals are almost clones of each other. I like the crimp of the wool in the REW doe's litter better.
I will show them for several months, and then next winter, will breed the best ones. I am wondering how best to breed them in order to continue getting their type and wool quality. Any suggestions?