Little People Big World has dominated the TV realm for around two decades. During this time, the audience has gotten familiar with the Roloffs. However, they are not the sweet, wholesome family they started off as anymore. That’s because the LPBW stars are caught in the whirlwind of a family dispute over their family farm. Lately, Matt Roloff shed light on this matter by stating his sons Jeremy & Zach weren’t willing to take over the farm with a “joint sale”. Why was that the case? Keep reading to know all the details behind this.
LPBW: Jeremy & Zach Didn’t Want To Carry On Matt’s Legacy? Father Spills The Bean On Why He’s Selling Roloff Farms
Matt Roloff’s family hasn’t been on good terms with one another. Although no family member openly spoke up about this matter, there were a lot of clues on their social media. However, the family patriarch finally came clear about it recently. That’s because he has put his family farm up for sale. While talking about it, he mentioned that the twins, i.e., Jeremy and Zach took the decision of not “working together” in the hopes of a joint sale.
Hence, viewers began to wonder why this was the case. Apparently, a lot of LPBW fans pointed out that Jeremy often mentioned through his podcast that the farm was too pricey. Hence, he is on his own and looking for individual farmland to settle in. As far as Zach is concerned, his family has moved to Washington and settled there. In fact, his and Matt’s fight will become a huge part of Little People Big World Season 23. Although the 60-year-old stated that he and his former partner Amy were willing to provide them with a “gift of equity,” they still didn’t budge.
LPBW: Matt Roloff Shares ‘Good News’ About The Roloff Farms
There is no doubt that the Roloff Farms going on sale was a devastating blow to the LPBW fanbase. In fact, Matt Roloff also stated that his wish was to make the farm a part of the Roloff family for the upcoming generations. Alas, things didn’t work out in his favor. Although fans have been quite upset with this development, the family head, Matt Roloff stated that he is doing so to retire soon. With all this, the cast mate also shared a piece of good news too.
Apparently, he is not selling the entire farm. As the area is spread across 108 acres, Matt is selling merely 16 acres for $4M. Hence, Matt would still be the owner of the remaining 93 acres. While saying so, he called the area “pristine” and “uncharted” and assured the fans that it would always belong to the Roloffs for years to come. Hence, they are now of two varying opinions. While some say Matt is taking a step in the right direction, others are averse to this move claiming he should have let his sons have it. Keep checking TV Season & Spoilers for more such LPBW news.