MATT Roloff has given an update on his farm following shocking news about his family’s show.
The ‘The Little People, Big World’ star posted a new video on Instagram revealing the farmStep.
In the postMatt, 61, sat on a tractor on his farm, with a Roloff brand sign and a truck behind him.
The TV star looked casual in a black t-shirt and blue jeans and spoke animatedly for the camera.
Matt said, “Hi everyone,Here. We are officially live on rolofffarm.com for Pumpkin Festival 2023!
“We’re ready to go and see you in October!”
The TLC star captioned the post, “Go to rolofffarms.com to get your copy.”Today!”
In the comments section, one fan praised, “This is great hope everything goes well and you have a great turnout and the biggest thing is have fun.”
“You go, Matt! You’ve worked so hard for your success for so many years,” said a second social media user.
A third wrote: “Good luck – I hope you have a great 2023 pumpkin season.”
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But despite Matt’s news that another family pumpkin season would be on the farm, his step-son-to-be recently hinted that things weren’t going quite so smoothly behind the scenes.
Matt is engaged to Caryn Chandler, whose son Connor revealed some Roloff secrets to the US Sun, suggesting Zach and Tori Roloff won’t be returning to the show.
END OF AN ERA
Tori and Zach moved to Washington from Portland with their three children in October 2021, and Connor revealed they rarely visit the 106-acre Roloff farm.
When asked how often they come to visit, Connor exclusively told The US Sun: “As far as I know, maybe twice a year. You know, they’ve obviously moved, they’ve moved away, and despite all the indifference, they’re kind of doing their own thing.
He then added, “I’ve heard through the rumor mill that they don’t want to be on another season if the show goes on, they just want to do their own thing.”
“I think whether there’s a sequel or not, Zach and Tori probably won’t be in next season.”
Tensions flared between the Roloffs when Matt turned down offers from twin sons Zach and Jeremy to buy part of his 143-acre farm in Helvetia, Oregon.
The US Sun exclusively revealed that Matt has taken steps to retain control of the family farm even after his death.
On June 24, 2022, in a bargain and sale deed obtained exclusively by The US Sun, Matt sold land from Matthew J. Roloff to the Matt Roloff Living Trust for a sale price of $0.
The transfer of the acres into escrow came just weeks after he put 16 acres of the farm up for sale for $4 million on May 12, 2022. In October 2022 he took it off the market and offered the main house for rent.
Zach criticized the Roloff patriarch by calling him a “bad grandparent” who “doesn’t value his family.”