I have been researching for HOURS, my brain hurts, but I am about ready to start I am doing a total of 2 acres, the main plot is exactly 1 acre, the secondary one is 3/4 acre and the last one is 1/4 acre. In the two bigger plots I will be using Tecomate Bucks N Bosses which is a clover, trefoil, chicory mix, the smallest plot will be a mix of oats, clover and brassicas. I have soil samples being sent in to Whitetail institute and I have also tested the soil with a kit from the local store. My main plot looks to be real close to 6.5 but I will be sending the test in just to be sure. My main concern is the fact that the two bigger plots I am doing are hay fields used for bailing in late summer. I cant start from bare dirt since I cant kill the hay so I have to over seed. The grass in the fields now isnt high at all, maybe 3" at most. Should I be ok if I lightly disc the fields and hope that some frostseeding will help as well? It really hasnt been cold enough to frost here lately so thats another concern but I would like to get the seed out by mid March. I am trying hard to make my first try a success and not waste a bunch of money in the process. I bought a decent sized drop spreader and I have access to bulk ag lime for $5.75 a ton so that shouldnt be a problem. I know I will probably need to fertilize but I am waiting on the soil test to see about that and the lime. is there any steps I am missing? Any suggestions for me? I cant wait to actually get started!