Zach and Tori give viewers a tour of the property when Zach’s mother, Amy, and stepfather, Chris, pay the family a visit in the upcoming episode.
“I have a lot of ideas for this property,” Zach, 32, tells his visitors.
The TLC star shares his plans for an outdoor play area for the kids and a landscaped backyard.
“And then over to the right, maybe a few fruit trees, a little garden,” Zach says.
Zach and the couple’s eldest child, Jackson, excitedly show off a chicken coop that came with the property.
The lively 5-year-old shares his own plan during a family interview spot.
“I only want to get baby chickens,” Jackson tells the camera. “Hey dad, hey dad, no big chickens.”
Amy, 57, confirms that her son and grandson are “very excited about the outdoors.” She also points out that “it’s definitely an interesting piece of property” as the group checks out the outdoor space.
“I love it,” Zach reiterates.
Zach and Tori share three children, Jackson, Lilah, 2, and newborn son, Josiah Luke, who was born on April 30.
Zach’s father, Matt Roloff, recently listed 16 acres of Roloff Farms, his 109-acre Oregon farm, for $4 million. The property includes the 5,373 square foot main house featured on the popular TLC reality show.
“Turning 60 last October really got me thinking. I’ve owned, created and worked the land for over 32 wonderful years, but it’s time to lessen my load,” Matt, 60, told People about his decision to market the property.
He added that he is maintaining ownership of most of the property for future endeavors.
The premiere episode of the current season of Little People, Big World followed the family fallout after Matt shot down Zach’s offer to purchase a section of Roloff Farms.
Matt seemingly approached the deal as a hardcore businessman, and Zach appeared to look at the potential deal as a way for his father to fulfill a dream to keep the farm in the family.
The family beef crossed over into social media ahead of the show’s premiere when Matt took to Instagram to essentially blame his sons for his decision to sell the land on the open market. Zach responded in the comment section, slamming his dad for “manipulating the narrative right before the season” premiere. He argued that Matt was not “taking responsibility for his own actions and blaming others.” He also blasted his father’s “new shocking low of cowardice and manipulation of his family and kids for his own gain.”
“It’s just a very sad situation, in my opinion, because this is personal to me…” Amy commented during a subsequent Livestream. “The business was part of our personal life so it will never just be business.”
“You can’t treat those that are directly a part of your family, and assume– because it’s business– [they’re] like any other vendor. I’m not like any other vendor. My boys aren’t like any other vendor. These are your boys!” Amy said.
Watch Little People, Big World, Tuesdays at 9 pm, ET, on TLC.
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