Im sure this has been asked before, in fact I've probably asked it myself, but with new members joining all the time I thought it worth raising again.
Given its large deer parks, why does cheshire not have a sizeable wild population? I'm thinking of fallow here. I know of places in other parts with tiny parks which have wild living populations adjacent.
I appreciate that the bigger parks probably do more properly maintain their fencing, but id have thought such long established set ups would have had a few sizeable escapes over the years big enough to establish a free living herd?