has anyone noticed any adverse effects on the numbers of deer on their ground due to the application of the economical fertilizer, aka - "sewage slurry". on ground near Reading, Berkshire where the owners have spread considerable amounts of the stuff on part of the estate, the result being the roe have moved off in great numbers and the fallow seem to be cut off and staying put on the neighbours ground.
hope this is only short term until its absorbed by nature, but worrying nevertheless as some quality animals have moved onto ground with management polices which differ from the way it should be done.
makes sense really, you wouldnt stay home if someone dumped in your house!
anyone else seen this?