What would you suggest on planting on a first year food plot that does not get full sun?
where are you located ?
Given the timing, I am assuming this will be a fall plot and that any soil amendments would not be done save for maybe some fertilizer. I would recommend a combination including an annual clover, oats, and winter rye. This is part of the late Paul Knox's Lickcreek fall mix but it excludes AWP and radishes as I could not recommend those without knowing if the soil could handle it. The winter rye will come back next spring to help hold weeds at bay.
At this point, over the years, I feel like I've tried so many different seeds all using T&M (I don't have heavy equipment). Aliske Clover, Barley, Brassica, Buckwehat, Crimson Clover, Egyptian Wheat, Oats, Purple Top Turnips, Rye, Winter Wheat and that list goes on and on.
So, my first year I didn't do a soil test and I didn't have much knowledge on any of this. I started with some store-bought "deer seed" with a similar mix to what you mentioned from a big name company for under $100 and went after it. At the time, I knew enough to mix lime and some general purpose fertilizer into the soil when I planted, so I had bought 10-10-10, pelletized lawn lime and a drag harrow rake for my ATV. I even just threw the seed by hand - I mean how hard can it be??
I laid out my "field" like a small gardener, making places where I would plant certain things - clovers and oats and so on. My Purple Top Turnips (PPT) came in AWESOME! They were on top of the soil and the size of softballs! The deer eventually came in and hammered them once the snow fell.
Then there are years worth of lessons - some I'm still not learning (maybe):
ALWAYS roll over the seed to get better seed-to-soil contact.
ALWAYS put down a general purpose fertilizer and lime when planting.
You can get seed WAY cheaper when not buying the "big name bags" from the sporting goods store.
The magazine photo is stupid! Stop trying to get that.
Plant heavy with oats, rye, etc.
Don't plant heavy with turnips and brassicas, etc.
Horse feed (rolled oats) is REALLY cheap and plants/grows really well!
No soil test... but 5.5 ph in other plots that I have
Mid fall to early winter season