LITTLE People, Big World featuring Roloff Farms welcomes visitors every year onto their pumpkin patch, and 2023 brought a slew of new updates and games, The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal.
An eyewitness who visited the farm in October told The U.S. Sun that Matt, 62, built plenty of new features for returning visitors to be surprised with this year.
The first improvement on the farm was a bunny ranch where fans were able to see the furry family bunnies hop around their home.
A new coffee shop has been built a distance away from the other food tents.
The coffee tent served caffeinated drinks and hot cider to keep warm during the fall days.
New games were available for children to play with, including panning for gold, a tricycle track, and a carnival activity.
All of the new activities come as 16 acres of the farm property is for sale.
The portion of the farm for sale includes the Old Western Town, castle, and signature wagon tour.
If the property is sold before the next pumpkin season, the wagon tour would likely not be available.
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According to the eyewitness, Matt also invited his fans to sit for a reading of his book inspired by the family farm dog Lucy called Little Lucy Big Race, published in 2018.
After the reading, Matt opened up the floor to fans to ask any questions about the book or the Roloffs’ time on LPBW.
A dedicated fan asked about what is in store for Season 25.
Matt revealed: “We finished filming for Season 25 back in August,” although he admitted the Roloff family are sometimes the last to know the release date.
The TLC star joked that sometimes he reads a headline in the news about the release of the show before the production company reaches out to him.
Matt said his sons Jeremy, 33, and Jacob will continue to not be featured on the show as they stepped out of the spotlight years previously.
Last month, The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed Zach and Tori are not expected to return to LPBW next season.
Matt shared that Season 25 will document Zach’s ongoing recovery and other “health issues that come with dwarfism.”
The Roloff patriarch also answered several questions about construction around the farm.
Matt said: “I’ve been living in the one-story home, and when I move into the new house, Izzy and Jacob are going to move in where I was.”
The one-story home sits on the $4 million Roloff Farms between the family home featured on TLC and the construction of Matt’s new dream house.
Meanwhile, Jacob and Isabel have been living in a fifth-wheel camper home on a private plot of land on the property that’s under heavy construction beside Roloff Farms.
Fifth-wheel camper homes can range from $36,000 to $135,000 depending on size and amenities.
The U.S. Sun previously reported that an insider said: “[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.”
The LPBW insider also shared Jacob works hard on the farm and does not take his father’s generosity for granted.
Jacob has been busy cutting wood, running the pumpkin farm, transporting work tools around in a farm tractor, and more.
As Jacob has fallen onto his father’s good side, his older twin brothers Zach and Jeremy have put a bit of distance between themselves and the farm after a family feud.
Both Jeremy and Audrey left LPBW in July 2018 and now run their own podcast, These Are the Days.
The feud began when Jeremy and Zach both presented offers to Matt to buy the farm, but he refused their offers and instead decided to put the land up for sale.