MATT Roloff has given an update about his farm after shocking news about his family’s show.
Instagram/Matt RoloffMatt Roloff was filmed on his farm as he shared news about its future to his Instagram fans[/caption]
Instagram/rolofffarmsMatt revealed that the pumpkin festival was organized and ready to go for October, despite family tensions among the Roloffs[/caption]
The television star looked casual in a black tee and blue jeans, and spoke animatedly to the camera.
Matt said: “Hello everyone,here. We are officially live at rolofffarm.com for the 2023 pumpkin festival!
“We are ready to go and we’ll see you in October!”
The TLC star captioned the post: “Head over to rolofffarms.com to get your today!”
In the comment section, one fan praised: “That’s awesome hopefully everything goes well and you have a big turn out and the biggest thing have fun.”
“You go Matt! You have worked so hard for so many years for your success,” said a second social media user.
A third wrote: “Good luck – hope you have an awesome Pumpkin Season 2023.”
END OF AN ERA
Asked how often they come to visit, Connor exclusively told The U.S. Sun: “Based off what I know, maybe twice a year. You know, they moved, obviously, they moved away and just with all the indifferences, they’re kind of doing their own thing.”
He then added: “I did hear through the grapevine that they do not want to be on another season if the show were to continue and they just want to do their own thing.
“I do believe no matter whether there’s a continuance or not, Zach and Tori probably will not be seen on the next season.”
The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that Matt has put measures in place to keep control of the family farm even after his death.
In a Bargain and Sale Deed exclusively obtained by The U.S. Sun, Matt transferred parcels of land from Matthew J. Roloff to Matt Roloff Living Trust for a sale price of $0 on June 24, 2022.
Moving the acres into a trust came just weeks after he put 16 acres of the farm up for sale for a $4million on May 12 2022. He took them off the market in October 2022, and put the main house up for rent.
Zach slammed the Roloff patriarch by calling him a “bad grandparent” who does not “value his family.”
TLCMatt’s stepson-to-be, Connor, claimed that Zach and Tori rarely visited Roloff Farms, and didn’t plan to return for the show’s new season[/caption]
Instagram /@toriroloffZach previously branded Matt a ‘bad grandparent’ for his decision not to sell a section of the farm to him and his twin brother Jeremy, with Matt taking measures to solidify his ownership of the land[/caption]