Well, I got real lucky. I don't have much woods or brush on my little farm to gather to make brush piles for rabbits. While driving down the road yesterday I saw a guy about 1/2 mile from my house clearing cedar with his tractor. I pulled up there this morning to talk to him while he was burning a bunch of it and asked him if I could haul some of it off to build brush piles for rabbits. He looked at me like I was absolutely crazy......a total stranger offering to do work for him...free of charge. After a few seconds he says "Knock yourself out" lol.I couldn't help but laugh at the situation. But I did get to meet a neighbor and in all honesty, riding down the road with my 4 wheeler and trailer picking up his limbs that were already piled up was MUCH faster than getting my tractor out and going hunting through my little woods to drag something out. This took about 3 hours to do. It's 12 brush piles about 30-40 yards apart. They are about 10 foot in diameter, not 20 like the KDFWR recommends on its site. They are about 3 feet high....some maybe 4 feet. I had 4 3 ft pieces of 12" plastic culvert pipe that I put in some piles. The pic below is the field on the side of my house. I plan on building 6-8 more behind my house tomorrow. Sometime this month I'll be planting red clover. I'm unsure if I will plant the big bluestem this year or not. Regardless, I've gotten started on it. Hope to have everything planted the way I want it by next year.