VolunteerK9 you may want to reconsider your planting, if you read info from ag extentions. The clover will take some time to get well enough established to produce a good bloom crop. I was excited about planting a field of it for the girls myself, but after reading our local growing info. have decided to wait until spring. Your area may be different. You may want to read up on it. Just a word of caution so you do not waste money on expensive fertilizer and seed and not get the results you are looking for.
Thanks for the warning, but here in the south, we can get by with fall seedings fairly well. The only thing that concerns me is that since it was so hard to find here, make me believe that it was for a reason. (Like it performs poorly here or something) I traveled to Lancaster, PA a few years ago and was amazed at the huge spreads of alfalfa growing, and it next to impossible to get it established here where I live. Hope its not the same for the yellow clover.