Little People, Big World is here with another season, and we are more invested than ever in what the Roloffs are doing. So far we’ve seen Amy Roloff make the huge decision to leave Roloff Farms after her divorce from Matt Roloff. And now she’s also been engaged to her partner for over three years, Chris Marek, which makes her transition off the farm even more exciting.
Now, fans are questioning the fate of Roloff Farms. Matt and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, as well as Matt and Amy Roloff’s victory, Zach, seem to be the ones making pumpkin season happen. And Matt has just warned an Instagram follower that the future of pumpkin season could be in serious trouble because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). That’s what he said.
Little People, Big World: Matt Might Be Planning To Sell Roloff Farms
Roloff Farms is a staple of Little People, Big World, but Matt Roloff has said many times in the past that he is not sure he can handle it for much longer. He has mentioned in the past that he feels “burdened” by the work he does to take care of the property.
“I’m really starting to assess how much physical energy I want to put into this job. Everyone comes to my age, late 50s, and you start thinking about retirement,” Matt Roloff said on Little People, Big World.
So who will take over the farm if Matt Roloff retires? There seems to be evidence to suggest that Zach or Jeremy Roloff might be next. Jeremy wrote on his personal Instagram that he would like to own a farm – and he also told a follower that taking over the Roloff farm is an option.
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Told A Fan That The Future Of Pumpkin Season İs Uncertain Right Now
Pumpkin season is the most profitable period for Roloff Farms – but it seems that it may not happen in 2020 because of the coronavirus. Matt posted a photo on his Instagram on May 7 showing him the Convo Supply company. “I cling to those companies that are incredible to work with… @convoy_supply is so useful to work in the background in building Roloff Farm projects,” Matt titled the post.
To this, a follower commented: “I can’t wait to see the pool built for you and your grandchildren! … I also have a picture of you and Caryn with my husband and me. We hope to see you at pumpkin season this year! And Matt Roloff responded with some potentially sad news about pumpkin season.
“Hopefully we can open. I just heard our governor @oregongovbrown say things that don’t seem promising for events like ours,” Matt Roloff replied. “No fairs or big events. We’re running on a tight margin, so we should double our prices to meet all restrictions… we’ll wait a few weeks to see if things get better. But sound grimm from today.”
Let’s hope that the pumpkin season can start working again even if 2020 turns out to be a failure.