Have you checked if there are any Orloff breeders in the area? Also, if you up for shipping, you can have one shipped in, is costly, but worth it if you are going to do some serious breeding, would be well worth it. Check out the BYC page for breeders here on BYC, and FB for any Orloff breeder pages, also Feathersite will have breeders listed on the Orloff breed page. If all else fails and you really want to breed this breed of chicken you could always go with a hatchery, and order a rooster only, you will have to see what is the minimum number of chicks they will ship this time of year. My Pet Chicken shipped 7 chicks minimum for my area, but have heard it is 5 chicks for the front range, you could always order some pullets and either sell them or keep them for egg layers. Lots of options, so don't give up yet!!! Not very many Orloff breeders out there......... so if it is a breed you really like, stick with it! Just my two cents worth!
You could also ask on here...... http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/297764/russian-orloffs/2820
another option is hatching eggs........ http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/865155/6-spangled-russian-orloff-hatching-eggs-sq-non-hatchery-lines-rare
Edited by suncatcher - 10/20/15 at 9:28am