Matt Roloff Gives a Full Explanation on the Farm’s Future after Amy Decides to Sell One Side
Matt Roloff finally spoke about the rumors of his ex-wife, Amy Roloff, wanting a buyout on his farms: Amy “will remain in her house (and on the farm) and 1/2 owner of our original farm until she decides to leaven.”
After word spread that Amy Roloff chose a buyout on her ex-husband's farm, fans of “Little People, Big World” started buzzing with curiosity about what will happen next, including the Pumpkin Season that everyone loves.
THE FINAL DECISION
“I have chosen to buy (and Amy has chosen to sell) me only one side of the farm at this time… Not the original farmstead... not the side with the pumpkin patch at her house… for now she is only selling me her partial share of ownership in the side (DW) that I live on,” Roloff explained.
Amy will live in her house on the farm and will continue to have a 50 percent share in the estate until she opts to leave, then will they both work on selling her side of the farm.
The “Little People, Big World” patriarch further shared the changes he plans to make on his house, including a “lower kitchen or walk-in shower like my home in Arizona.”
After their split, Roloff began dating Caryn Chandler, the former manager of Roloff Farms, whom he believes understands him in a much deeper level.
As for Pumpkin Season, which is fast approaching this fall, Roloff assured fans that they are still going to be open for the much-awaited event which he has been getting “quite a number of inquiries” about.
Pumpkin Season usually happens throughout October, and Roloff, as early as now, already planted the seeds for the pumpkins which everyone can still enjoy.
MATT AND AMY’S DIVORCE
Three years after their divorce, Roloff revealed why his marriage to Amy for 27 years ended in shambles. The reality star realized that the ex-couple did not have much in common after he began dating again, which he couldn’t help but compare to his relationship with Amy.
“[Amy and I] are different people. We are very different people. So, it feels good to be in a situation where you feel compatible on many levels,” he told In Touch Weekly.
After their split, Roloff began dating Caryn Chandler, the former manager of Roloff Farms, whom he believes understands him in a much deeper level. On the other hand, Amy thinks that their relationship began even before the divorce -- making her ex-husband a cheater.
“We had someone that worked for us for a very long time, on our farm. And I believe — this is all from my perspective — that there was more than just friends going on. And I think that evolved to a point where that got in the way of our marriage as well,” the mother of four said.