750guy I would seed if you could hire one of your sucessful neighbors that has a good airdrill to seed and put all the fertilizer on in one pass. With the price of fertilizer too much N will be wasted and lost by broadcasting. Timing, balanced fertility, and trying to preserve every drop of moisture in the soil is key to a good yeild. If you can get a guy to come in and custom seed the wheat in one pass with minimal disturbance it can gain you 5+bushel of yield off the start. You want to minimize the number of times the soil is worked and only open up the minimal amount to get the seed in to save as much water as possible. When applying fertilizer always provide a balance fertilizer including nitrogen, phosphorus, potash, and sulfur. The addition of 6-10 lbs of sulfur depending on your soil test can gain you 5+ bushels if it is short in the soil. Adding nitrogen and phos only is old school and will limit your yield greatly right off the top. Fertilizer is not the place to skrimp on when all your other costs like spray, seeding, harvest etc are the same. When you don't feed your crop properly you have already reduced your potetial yeild greatly. Don't be afraid to spend $15-20 to have a guy custom seed it if he can do a good job. When we first got our airdrill many years ago we did a lot of side by side comparisons for neighbors with discers etc applying the same amount of fertilizer and seeding on the same date. Many times there was a 5+ bushel yeild benefit. After seing this they either had it custom done or bought their own unit. It cost them money through yield to use their old seeding equiptment.