I'd really like a few. As it happens I have all the raw materials to make one-- Nigerians and LaManchas. I'm wondering how many generations it takes to get a good example of the breed. Most of those I've seen for sale are 75% LaMancha and 25 % Nigerian. 3 generations if I get the sexes I need, right? It seems like that might make a truly large 'mini' mancha. Pursuant to the topic of sexes, if the first LaMancha Nigerian cross produces only females, is it inadvisable to breed those back to a LaMancha buck? I've never done this, or even watched the process and there are precious few resources. I don't want to explode a doe, but I don't want to lollygag either.