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Matt Roloff of 'Little People, Big World' Still Works on Roloff Farms despite Potential Sale

Olowokandi Fiyin
May 24, 2020
02:00 P.M.
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"Little People, Big World" star, Matt Roloff, still works on Roloff Farms regardless of pending decisions to put the farm on sale.

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Matt Roloff of the television show, "Little People, Big World," has no care in the world and has been sighted repeatedly, tending his farm despite conflicting statements from him about leaving it all behind.

Matt and Amy Roloff attend the Discovery Upfront Presentation on April 23, 2008 in New York City.| Photo: Getty Images

Matt and Amy Roloff attend the Discovery Upfront Presentation on April 23, 2008 in New York City.| Photo: Getty Images

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The Roloff farm is just as famous as the Roloffs, and since Matt's divorce from Amy Roloff, his energy has been channeled to making the farm better.

There are also speculations that the COVID-19 would affect future pumpkin harvest.

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No episode passes on the LPBW show without him making mention of new plans to either sell or enhance the farms. In a recent Facebook post, Matt talks about building on the farm and juggling projects with credible companies who make the work easy.

Despite having collaborations with different companies, the work on the farm is family-driven. Since the divorce, it has been a question of the fate of farms.

Amy has long moved out of the property, to start life anew with her fiancé, Chris Marek, but Good Housekeeping has it that despite the Roloff's divorce, they both co-own a portion of the property and the rest of Amy's shares taken over by Matt.

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It has been a tedious journey for the stars as they both lived and worked on the farm for thirty years, so the ultimate goal is for one of their children to buy it from them "at a family discount eventually."

The Roloff's four children are a big part of the farm, but the twins, Zach and Jeremy are the ones who are more invested in the workings of the farm.

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According to Good House Keeping, one or both the twins might be the buyers of the property, and Matt hopes that they reach a decision soon enough because as much as he loves to tend for the farm, he has to make retirement plans too.

The 58-year old might have limited time on the farm, but pumpkin season is almost here. According to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, the family would miss Amy and her input during the pumpkin season.

There are also speculations that the COVID-19 would affect future pumpkin harvest. Despite the uncertainties, Showbiz Cheat Sheet has noted that, while Amy might no longer be a part of Matt's life, the memories of their children and the experiences they shared on the farm would never be forgotten.

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