Here is a picture of one of our Spangled Russian Orloff Rooster, the other roo is mahogany, he is honestly one of the most devoted to his hens, he even sleeps close with them and sometimes lays down with them while the lay. He has never been aggressive towards adults but when he was younger he did flog my toddler a time or two. He seems to have grown out of it and hasn't ever done it again. We have two hens who only stay with the Russian Orloff rooster. They aren't great layers, their production really slacks off after they turn over a year old and they don't lay large eggs. However they are good forages, cold hardy, friendly and inquisitive, they stick around home and mind fences, they also do not eat he amount of feed other breeds do.They do make some very interesting and amusing sounds for chickens though, my daughter calls them seagull eagles because they can make these odd calls that sound like a combination of both birds screeching at once We kept the breed around because we found crossing them with some of the heavier breeds makes some nice sized, fast growing and very ranging butcher birds. One of his offspring was a cross between him and a light Brahma, it has his exact body shape and size but with the coloring of a light Brahma and feathered legs. We kept him around because he was just too cool to put in the freezer. We got our's from Privett Hatchery but they no longer sell them. Oddly enough we picked these chickens for my parents as a sort of a joke as my maiden name is Ortloff.