There are 3 types of Pygora fiber:
Type-A is a lustrous, mohair-like fiber which usually has a silky guard hair, and a cool feel. These fleeces are usually drapey ringlets, with a long staple (. The crimp starts at the base of the hair shaft. These goats are shortn twice a year.
Type-C is a cashmere-like fiber having a fine, short staple (1-3 inches long) with a warm feel and a coarse, well separated guard hair. The crimp starts about half-way up the hair shaft and the fleece is amazingly soft. These goats can be sheared, plucked, or brushed to retrieve the fiber. If the fiber isn’t removed it will “blow” , or release from the body on its own.
Type-B is curly, with the crimp starting a short way up the hair shaft. The fibers are 3-6 inches long and can have both a coarse guard hair and a silky guard hair. Type-B is unique to Pygora Goat and is versatile, warm and soft. These goats are shorn twice a year.
This being said, there is no “better” type than another. Each type has a different characteristic and they are all wonderfully soft and create a lovely halo when they are crafted with.