The seeding is the easy part, knowing your land and soil condition is a whole different story.
The OP's land may require a chisel plow to break up compacted soil and allow for aeration proper drainage.
Having a well knowledged person with a farming background would be a good thing. Understanding soil chemistry, OM, & prep requirements, along with fertilizer & herbicide requirements, based on seed types could save some frustrations ... contact your local feed mill and get some assistance.
Actually, the seeding and soil conditions can be very closely related. In some cases, the seeding can be the hard part. I have three food plots that I have not been able to seed in over two months because of soil conditions. If I wasnt retired and living on my place, I would rarely catch seeding conditions just right. Because of the highly variable planting conditions, I have a hand seeder, a tow behind for sxs, a 400 lb capacity 3 pt spreader, and an 84” woods seeder. I have used them all in the past two months.