It’s pumpkin season at the Roloff Farms! Little People, Big World has just wrapped up Season 12, and the Roloff family is being productive while taking a hiatus from television. Matt and Amy Roloff are currently busy making a profit out of their farm’s number one crop.
On Saturday, Matt Roloff posted a video on his Facebook account, showing his fans how he spent the day at the farm. Matt was filming the home video while driving his tractor. Seated in front was his son Zach, who was scattering fertilizer on their well-tilled pumpkin field.
“We got Zachary helping us with fertilizing our little baby pumpkins,” Matt said on the video.
“We are dropping fertilizer as we go up and down the road. It’s just one of those beautiful days in Oregon.”
Meanwhile, Matt’s ex-wife Amy is also busy promoting the Roloff Farms’ famous pumpkins. The Little People, Big World matriarch just announced that her Signature Pumpkin Bread is now open for orders all year round. Usually, products from Amy’s Kitchen are only available during special occasions, but demand must have gotten a boost because of their reality show’s increasing popularity.
In her recent blog post entitled “Every Day Can Be a Pumpkin Bread Day,” Amy Roloff described her pumpkin bread as “moist, with warm flavors and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.” The product sells for $25.50 per order.
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Amy also invited Little People, Big World fans to come visit the Roloff Farms this fall. Their famous property in Portland, Oregon, will be open to the public all weekends during pumpkin season in October.
“Getting ready for pumpkin season is a lot of work, but it’s well worth having so many people enjoy coming to the farm to find that perfect pumpkin. The farm is a great family place to see animals, take a wagon ride, or hang out in the Adventure area enjoying all of the other fun activities.”
Matt and Amy Roloff bought a 34-acre farm in 1990 when they were first starting out as a family. As seen in their long-running reality show, Matt loves the farm life and is constantly working on the property. He has since added many amenities and tourist attractions and the farm is now over 100 acres.
Despite their recent divorce, it’s nice to see Matt and Amy still working together to cultivate and promote their family business. After all, the farm holds many memories both for the family and its fans. Significant events of Little People, Big World have been held here, including the weddings of Zach and Tori and Jeremy and Audrey.
In August, Matt and Amy’s only daughter Molly will also say “I do” at the farm when she weds her fiancé Joel. And with the birth of Baby Jackson and the arrival of Jeremy and Audrey’s baby girl, the Roloff Farms surely has exciting days ahead.
Meanwhile, TLC has yet to announce when Little People, Big World will return for another season. Amy previously hinted that they will be back on television by September.
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