LPBW star Zach Roloff says the reasons he and Tori Roloff moved from Oregon to Washington were “not good,” but they are happy that it all worked out in the end. In TLC season 22, Little People, Big World continues to follow the lives of former couple Matt and Amy Roloff, their son Zach, his wife Tori and their children Jackson, Lilah and their new brother Josiah.
This season, Little People, Big World viewers learned that when Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff set out to buy the northern part of the farm, negotiations took a turn for the worse. Zach accused his father of saying that he and Tori “weren’t good enough” to run the farm and insinuated that Matt was a “coward” when he put the farm up for sale after their argument.
’LPBW’: Why Did Zach Roloff And Tori Roloff Move To Washington?
Now, in a preview clip from tomorrow night’s episode, Zach tells what led him and Tori Roloff to decide to leave Oregon behind for a fresh start in Washington, a move Matt Roloff called a “rash” decision.
“Yeah, we’re excited for, you know, our kids to grow up here,” Zach said during a confessional about the new Battle Ground home for him and Tori Roloff. However, he added, “The way we got here was not good. And like, actions from other people, I think, weren’t right.” Since moving to Washington, Zach admitted that he has not talked much with his father Matt.
Despite the reasons why he and Tori decided to move, Zach said that in the end they were glad they did, noting that even though the children will not grow up on the farm as they had imagined, they will still have a fulfilling childhood.
Last fall, Tori Roloff confirmed that she and Zach Roloff would no longer live on the farm and announced that she had moved to the Evergreen State. “Guess what!!!” asked Tori to her 1.6 million followers on Instagram in a 2021 post. “WE MOVED!!!” In the comments section, Tori verified that her and Zach’s dream of moving to the farm would not come true.
Last month Matt Roloff put the north side of Roloff Farms up for sale, citing the “next season of life” with a list price of $4 million. After being on the market for more than 40 days, the listing has yet to find a buyer.