The Roloff farm has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Oregon. However, they remain closed in the middle of the pandemic. Although Matt Roloff thinks it will be pumpkin season in autumn, it is not known whether the farm will survive the pandemic or not.
As the pandemic has affected the whole world, it has caused catastrophic damage, especially to the tourism industry. Unfortunately, Little People Big World star Matt Roloff seemed worried that the farm might survive the pandemic. The governor of Oregon has been loosening restrictions lately. However, Roloff farms are still closed.
Amy still owns the farmland. However, Matt Roloff is in charge of operations on the farm. Due to the lack of tourists this year, it is likely that the Roloff family has suffered some rather large losses. An important part of their annual income comes during pumpkin season.
The family has chosen to remain confident that the farm will be fully operational by the autumn. The patriarch of the Roloff family has also stated that prices will rise to almost double the standard rate to recover the losses incurred during the pandemic.
LPBW: Matt Roloff Wants The Farm To Stay Within the Family
According to Matt Roloff, the farm should stay in the family. He said that no one can run the whole farm as well as he can. But he is willing to let his sons Zach and Jeremy Roloff take over the farm while he spends more time with their grandchildren.
He might even enjoy a few relaxing days at his home in Arizona, where he plans to live with his girlfriend Caryn Chandler. Although Zach and Jeremy seem intent on buying the farm, they don’t seem to be in a financial position to do so.