I found this buck bed in a small willow stand next to my CRP field. It is a classic example of a buck bed with overhanging willow trees and easy escape results, in good cover, and with an unfortunate view of a trail to my stand only about 10 yards away.
So I pulled my trusty Silky Sugowaza handsaw from its scabbard and wrecked the bed by cutting willows and dropping them in the bed to make it uninhabitable. I also wrecked other potential spots and opened up some of the brush with my bush hog so that the cover was reduced.
The bed was located at the base of a small hill. One of my plans this summer is to hinge cut a bunch of black cherry trees on the other (south facing) side of the hill to provide excellent bedding within about 100 yards of this spot. That should solve the problem of bucks bedding where they can monitor my activities.