I picked the last of the Old Timey Cornfield pumpkins this evening because the deer were eating them. These were the ones that had grown across the fence into the pasture. The final count was over 70 pumpkins from 4 seeds. There were all shapes and sizes of them. The ones I weighed were from 10 to 25 pounds. The deer ate the pumpkin vines, the acorn squash vines, the sweet potatoes vines in the north garden and flower bed. To add insult to injury, our dog tried to eat the pumpkins that were small enough to bite.