Amy Roloff is searching for a new home after she argued with ex-husband Matt Roloff about putting the family farm on sale.
Despite being divorced for two years now, Matt and Amy still live on the same property and work together in handling their businesses, particularly Roloff Farms, which has been one of the focal points of the show since it started in 2006.
According to a People report, the idea of letting go of the farm was first disclosed after the announcement of the new season of Little People, Big World, which started airing on April 3.
In the upcoming promo for Season 13, Matt and Amy are shown having a serious conversation. The former couple are discussing the possibility of selling Roloff Farms, which has been part of their lives since 1990.
“I just want to see what’s out there. I love the farm, I love where I raised my kids. I’d like to see about staying there, but I don’t want to be a fool and think that that’s forever. Things have changed,” revealed Amy
The Little People, Big World former couple finalized their divorce in 2016, yet both continued to live on the family farm property.
Matt and Amy purchased the 34 acres in May 1990, and have since expanded it to include a three-story tree fort and a marvelous Western Town, a soccer field, in-ground pool, and more imaginative play structures for the kids.
Despite the fact that the farm could soon be up for sale, there is still some amazing news about the family. The Little People, Big World show has won a Guinness World Record for “The Most Episodes of a Family-Focused Television Show.”
The award was given based on the 298 episodes of Little People, Big World that had aired by June 27, 2017. However, the number of episodes is already more than 307 as of now, according to People.