I would be cautious about letting her out to roam-just in case. Even though she's incredibly tame it would be horrible if she took off on you. Of course I always think of the worst situation especially if I have alot invested into an animal. I think recommended pen time for a new location is about 3 months but since she is so tame, I bet you'll luck out. When I bought my peahen she was NOT tame. Grunted at me constantly, pacing the pen, acting sketchy...it took her almost this whole past year before she would stay with 15 ft. of me. Finally I can be in the pen and she'll come within 2 feet of me now hoping for treats. So again, I have to congratulate you on a great find!
yeah, that's too bad those eggs aren't fertile! But you can definitely fry those up for other animals. My dog has been battling his weight (he's an overweight beagle according to the vet) for years now. Since our 2 ducks have started laying again he gets a duck egg every morning and he loves it! His fur is silky smooth and his appetite is much better. He is losing weight and doesn't act like he's starving any more, nor does he scarf down all of his food. Since we've been giving him his egg every morning, he seems satisfied and not hungry at all.
I always feed an over abundance of eggs to the birds as well. But these days, the chicken eggs are sold before they're laid! So the dog is the lucky one! My hubby used to love the ducks eggs-when he thought they were just huge chicken eggs. When he found out they were duck eggs, he just stopped eating them