Are Matt And Amy Roloff Selling Their Farm? New Details On The Future Of Roloff Farms — And Whether Zach And Jer Are Taking Over

Are Matt and Amy Roloff selling their farm?

Many people think they are.

Is this the end of an era? Are Matt and Amy Roloff selling their farm? Matt and Amy Roloff may be selling their beloved Roloff family farm that is one of the focal points of their show Little People, Big World

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Matt and Amy purchased the 34 acre farm in May 1990, and have since expanded it to include "a three-story tree fort and a marvelous Western Town (complete with underground tunnels), a soccer field, in-ground pool, and more imaginative play structures" for the kids, according to its website

The farm is described as "a successful agricultural business, event venue, and major tourist destination during pumpkin season." 

Here are the details we know so far on the rumor that Matt and Amy Roloff are selling the farm:

1. Matt and Amy straight up talk about possibly selling the farm on the show.

If you have been keeping up with this season of LPBW you saw the moment where Matt and Amy talk about possibly selling the farm. "We’ve been talking a lot about the farm. Trying to figure out how to keep it or not keep it,” Matt said to Amy

2. One of Amy's posts got people talking. 

A post shared by Amy Roloff (@amyjroloff) on May 22, 2018 at 12:19pm PDT

After seeing a post of Amy saying she was purging her house room by room some people speculated that the "purge" she talks about could be hinting at a move. 

3. Amy has said she has looked at other places.

“I have to begin to get my head and mind wrapped around the fact that the farm has a much stronger possibility as not being a forever house that I live in until I die. I’ve been starting to consider moving out of the farm, and I’ve been looking at houses,” Amy said

4. Matt's deteriorating relationship with Amy could be the cause. 

A post shared by Matt Roloff (@mattroloff) on Apr 26, 2018 at 6:50pm PDT

Matt hints that his intention to move off the farm had a lot to do with his recent divorce. "I just want my own path away from the farm, away from Amy," Matt said, "It’s always going to be awkward."

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5. Caryn also wants away from Amy. 

After his divorce, Matt started dating Caryn Chandler who used to work on the Roloff family farm. She also has been feeling the tension with Amy. "I don’t want to make a decision in our relationship based on what Amy might do in the future. I want to make our own decisions," she told him.

6. Matt has even called the farm a burden. 

"Let's say it hits the fan at the farm, and I just can't deal with it anymore. I can't deal with Amy's attitude." He added, "If it gets any worse, I just feel like this is just like an escape. It's possible that I could move in here. There's part of me that wants to keep the farm and build a house that suits me, but part of me just wants to sell the farm and liquidate it and move on. It's a burden."

7. Fans are begging them not to sell. 

A post shared by Matt Roloff (@mattroloff) on Jun 29, 2018 at 8:25pm PDT

On one of Matt's Instagram photos, a lot of fans were pleading with the reality star not to sell the family business and home.  One person wrote, "Did you sell the farm?" Another added, "Matt, do not sell the farm ever... it's your legacy and your children and grandchildren's future."

8. Jeremy and Zach might be taking over. 

The twins seemed not thrilled at all when they were asked about their parents selling the farm.  "I would like them to see them value that legacy over… a retirement home in Arizona or whatever that might be," Jeremy said. Zach added that it might be time for his bro to take over. "My dad has always gone on vacations throughout the year. He definitely loves his time off the farm and warmer weather. If this trip gets longer and longer, I think it is time for Jeremy to take a bigger interest in the farm. But that's going to take time." He continued, "This conversation with my mom and dad about the farm — I don't really know what to expect. But I don't want them to sell the farm."

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Molly Given is a writer living in Philadelphia and lover of all things to do with mystery and magic in life. When she’s not writing her fingers off she can be found planning her next adventure in a new part of the world.