Frankly, my dear, I don't give a hoot.

That's Rhett Davis' message to his neighbors.

Rhett is a farmer in Hooper, Utah. He's been there since he was a little boy -- tilling the soil, raising horses and cattle.

Over the past few years, though, a number of city dwellers have arrived in Hooper and a few have built houses next door to Rhett. Hence, the problem.

It seems the newcomers loved the fresh country air, but they hated the fresh country smell -- objecting to the horses, cows and hay.

Rhett suggested they split the cost of a fence -- something his neighbors rejected. So he took matters into his own hands --- and planted a bumper crop of used cars. Rhett created a fence made from abandoned cars, planted nose-first into the ground.

He told the Associated Press that he can do whatever he wants on his property -- so he did.

Rhett proudly calls it his redneck stonehenge. I wonder if he's considered adding used tires to his creation?

**Photo courtesy of the Associated Press