Obviously one that is not human aggressive. So I originally bought 4 chicks, 2 turned out to be roosters. One is a leghorn and one is a silver laced. The leghorn is actually a week younger then the other 3. I'm not sure how this will play out but I have found a rescue to take the leghorn as a plan b and I got 4 more hopefully females(they are 3 weeks), the older ones 10-11 weeks. So this is what I'm observing... The leghorn is already perfected crowing at about 8 weeks--it took me until yesterday to catch him in the act. He crows at 5:15 a few times, then another cycle at 5:30- not terribly bad. I believe he started because the one across the street got into a cycle of crowing all day non stop and he was responding. He also crows when he hears me come home at lunch and at the end of the day. The SLW has been quiet. I have saw them chest pump each other a couple times(the whole time they have been together)--a simple no ends it. The leghorn seems to have taken on the role of head rooster. He is the first one to roost and the rest follow. He is not super friendly like the girls and the SLW(he is not as friendly as the girls but friendlier then the leghorn) If I'm sitting down he will approach and jump on me but doesn't want to be pet.one of the ducks jumped and kinda landed on one of the girls(enought that she made a noise)the leg horn puffed up and went after the duck(I'm going to put them together more often so they can get acquainted again) , the SLW backed him up(did not puff up though) I straightened out the situation quick. No harm done to anyone, but I was surprised that he seemed to be defending one of the girls at such a young age. He doesn't have any fear and he completely respects me so far. I'm kind of thinking he is a decent rooster. What else am I looking for here? I so want the two boys to get along so I can keep both. Will the SLW eventually try to take the lead here or have they already figured this out among themselves?