Originally Posted by Hens rule
Yes there are some websites that are known for good layers at the age of beganing to lay eggs. The website my http://mypetchicken.com
sells good layers that are at the age of already laying to about to lay. I think they lay within a day of two of you getting them.
Also Murray McMurray and Meyer offer started pullet or juveniles.
Meyer claims : "The pullets are fully vaccinated, beak trimmed, floor raised, treated for intestinal worms, and ready to move into your laying barn."
McMurray claims: "Started Pullets are hens that range from 15-22 weeks old. You can purchase any number of started pullets - even just one. Most hens start laying eggs at 24 weeks. So once they arrive and become accustomed to their new surroundings, they will shortly begin to lay eggs."
Not sure what their vaccination, beak trimming procedure(s) are, but I'm sure if you search you could find it.