Amy Roloff Says Roloff Farm Pumpkin Season 2022 Will Be ‘Last’
Amy Rolloff talks about her ex-husband Matt Roloffto sell his family’s longtime farm in Hillsboro, Oregon, and deliver a dire warning that the beloved pumpkin season is over.
the Small people, big world star, 57, revealed to his girlfriend Lisa Dixon on Thursday, May 19 Youtube video that the property was “deeply personal” to her, as she and Matt raised their four children, twins zack and Jeremy32 year old girl Molly, 28 years old and son Jacob, 25 years old, on the farm. Amy sold her share to Matt in 2019 after the couple split.
She explained how it will “feel weird” knowing that a “total stranger” will soon own a place that holds such a rich history and is full of memories for her family. Matt and Amy owned the farm for over 30 years together. But since she no longer has a say in what happens to the property, the TLC star enviously noted, “You have to say goodbye. You can’t go back.
Now, it looks like the long tradition of pumpkin season at Roloff Farms will come to an end with the sale of the property. “I anticipate this will be the last,” Amy revealed of the upcoming 2022 fall harvest and the festivities surrounding it.
Even after Matt and Amy divorced, she still took part in the annual Halloween and fall traditions during pumpkin season at the beloved destination. The Roloffs dressed in festive seasonal costumes to welcome visitors and the farm, while Matt and Amy hosted private 30-minute guided tours. Visiting Roloff Farms during pumpkin season has become an annual tradition for many Pacific Northwest families.
Matt announced he put the farm up for sale for $4 million on May 12. In an Instagram post next to the “For Sale” sign in the front yard of his family’s longtime home, Matt wrote, “Well cats out of the bag. I want to make sure you all hear the big news straight from me.
“Everything @rolofffarms has brought me and our family great joy over the past 30 years! Today 16 acres of the 109 acre farm is up for sale, including our family home of origin and our bright red barn,” he continued. The Roloff family patriarch added, “It’s kinda scary but mostly exciting…it’s time to move on to the next season of life. “