Looks good. The flooded one don't though. I don't have a before picture of mine in young county and will not see it until opening morning, but the timing of rain has been perfect for the last several days. The first rain was the day after I put it down. The hogs probably decimated some of it, but since it is mostly a series of several separate patches in woods clearings, it should be ok overall. Hoping in my pictures to come it will look as good as Jacobs. Mine is a little different in that the main crop is turnip, radish and clovers, but does have a lot of oats and rye I used as filler in those smaller seeds to aid spreading it more evenly.
"Onward up many a frightening creek, though your arms may get sore and your sneakers may leak. Oh! The places you'll go!" ~ Dr. Seuss