I'd have to say I'm quite pleased! Turns out rain helps... Late October works for me! I don't have a lot of pics yet, but here are two of them. I've got 4 acres total. Clover and turnips are small, but my favorite (winter wheat) and the oats are doing great! I'll add pics later of what they looked like Oct. 26th. It was sad (2 of them anyway).
Here is one of ours. Pic is a week old. About a 2 acre plot. Planted about 5 acres total. Seeded with turnips and radishes Sept 8th and got a light rain shortly after that got most of it up. It then didn't rain good again for 3 weeks. We then overseeded with wheat around first of October and got several good rains since. The radishes did much better than the turnips but both grew in nicely. Most is 6-12 inches and deer are hammering it.
Mostly turnips, wheat coming on. Planted a seed mix Labor Day and got one good rain then dry until October. Over seeded some wheat then. Coming along ok considering the weather factors against it early on.
Planted early October just before rain. Heavy winter wheat drug in with 13-13-13. Then cultipacked and top seeded with imperial clover. Looks like a golf course. If I find the time to spray weeds in late spring and hit with another dose of fertilizer this years clover planting are gonna be awesome.