MATT Roloff has shone the light on his youngest son in a new post about his farm.
TLCLittle People. Big World star Matt Roloff emphasized the help he’d gotten from one son on the family farm[/caption]
Instagram/Matt RoloffMatt explained that Jacob and his wife had been helping prep for pumpkin season, and shared plenty of shots of him at work[/caption]
Another showed Isabel and Caryn smiling for the camera in sunglasses, with Isabel clutching a laptop and a piece of paper with “farm…” legible on the folded front.
In the final pic, Jacob grinned happily as he held a bunch of fresh purple and orange carrots.
Matt captioned the post: “Setting up pumpkin season for 2023 has quickly become the high priority here at @rolofffarms with @jacobroloff45 @izzyroloff @carynchandler1.”
He also revealed: “So many new things being planed and build [sic] for Your enjoyment this October .. key decisions made today lower entry frees and make more fun!”
The Roloff’s pumpkin patch’s lower entry fee will come as good news to many, after the seasonal family business received some mixed reviews in the past.
In 2021, one unhappy customer wrote on Yelp: “My husband worked a couple of miles away and had wanted to go for a couple of years. We finally made it up to the farm. What a huge disappointment. It cost us $101.95 for 3 adults and a 6-year-old to get in.
“Not really clear what we paid for. It was a short walk around the property, not much to see. For the most part the staff was very friendly. The food was extremely overpriced. As were the pumpkins.”
Another wrote: “Visited a few times over the years and always enjoyed myself, but now I see it’s $24 to get in?! That’s ridiculous. What if you just wanted to walk around and get a pumpkin. Not worth it at all. Greedy.”
But the price didn’t stop others from enjoying the festivities.
One satisfied customer wrote on Google Reviews: “It’s our 2nd year going to Roloff Farms. Very friendly family environment. There’s a lot to do, a lot to see, and staff is very friendly. Will be going year.”
Another commented on Facebook: “They did a fantastic job this year. The farm is beautiful! So well decorated and maintained. The tour was great and a lot of fun!! We will be back soon!”
Last year, it was revealed that Jacob had moved to Matt’s $4 million farm along with his wife Isabel and young son Mateo, after the patriarch shut out his two oldest sons amid the ongoing family feud over the land.
An insider exclusively told The U.S. Sun in October that the family had moved into a fifth-wheel camper home on a private property plot of land under heavy construction beside the Roloff farm.
The source shared at the time: “Jacob and Isabel are living on the farm full time.”
“They were are saving up while on the farm.”a place previously, and
Fifth-wheel camper homes can range from $36,000 to $135,000 depending on size and amenities.
The source continued: “[Jacob and Isabel] are living there to save money and help out on the farm.
“The rest of the family doesn’t mind, as Matt and Caryn get along so well with them.”
Instagram/Matt RoloffMatt and his wife, Isabel, live on the farm’s property alongside Matt and his fiancée Caryn[/caption]
Instagram/Matt RoloffAccording to an insider, the young couple gets along well with Matt and Caryn and are saving up on the farm after previously renting elsewhere[/caption]
Instagram/mattroloffMatt also announced that the pumpkin patch would be cheaper this year, after visitors slammed its ‘ridiculous’ cost in the past[/caption]