Roloff came after his sons through an Instagram post where he was talking about needing help for his farm. Matt and his sons have been feuding after he decided not to sell part of the Roloff farms to either of them. The TLC star slammed his twin sons for being too lazy to care for the farm. Matt posted a selfie of himself and youngest son, Jacob, 25, and they were both wearing hats. In his post, Matt began by saying, “Make your resume stand out! Looking to immediately hire strong and reliable employees at Roloff Farms for our world-famous pumpkin patch season.”
The Little People, Big World star urged his followers to spread the news but he made sure to disable the comments on the post. He continued in the caption, “Tasks will include but are not limited to: tent setting up and down, lawn mowing, weed whacking, parking lot setting up, moving hay bales and working closely with our farm artist. Employees must have their own reliable transportation and a good attitude as a team player.” Ever since Matt put 16 acres of the farm on sale for a whopping $14M on May 12, his relationship with his sons hasn’t been the same.
During the season finale of the TLC reality show, Matt spoke to his ex-wife, Amy, about the sale of part of the farm that has led to so much conflict. “I think you went crazy or something. I don’t know the details of the negotiation with the two boys. For the price it is, the kids can’t afford that.” Matt answered and said the good news is that 93 acres of the family land are still left. But Amy fired back and said, “No, there are 93 acres for Matt Roloff. It’s not part of the family anymore.”
Since the failed negotiations, Zach and his wife, Tori, made the decision to move from their Oregon home into their own $1M home in Washington. Tori said about the farm negotiations with Matt, “Whether we don’t have the money, don’t have the skillset… It wasn’t cool, I never wanna see someone talk to my husband like that ever.” Zach’s twin, Jeremy, also bought his own farm and moved in with his wife, Audrey.