since you want a proven pair it seems they would be put into
a breeding situation right away and that's not a good idea.
Take your time starting with vet visit and get them onto a
healthy diet. quakers will breed when they are ready and
maybe never even if proven before. I have pairs here that
are saying 'that's enuff' and that's okay they are here to
stay. I don't shuffle birds around once they are here. Too
many do that and unsuspecting people then end up with a
A blue quaker is no less than $300 and a split can be that
or a tad less so that is a very expensive website.
wishing you well,
If you have questions about diet don't hesitate to ask. I
check here every day or so but the board is slow lately.