Broken farm dreams? Small people, big world fans couldn’t wait to watch Zach Roloff and his twin brother, Jeremy Roloff, buys Roloff Farms from parents Matt Roloff And Amy Roloff and continue the family business. But it looks like they may not be ready to take over the farm anytime soon.
“Is the farm takeover still on the table?” a fan asked Zach’s wife, Tori Roloff, during a question and answer session on Instagram on Sunday 2 January. “No. We love this little slice of heaven, ”the former teacher replied, adding a photo of the new Washington home she and 31-year-old Zach bought and moved into in October 2021.
Another fan asked, “What happened to Zach and Jeremy’s wishes of wanting to buy Roloff Farms? He’s gone missing.”
“Definitely not,” replied Tori, 30. “Some things just don’t go according to plan. But everything went well for us. “
The reality TV family documented Zach and Tori’s plans to buy the farm from their mother and father during season 22 of their long-running TLC series, Small people, big world.
“Zach and Tori talked, you know, about buying the farm. I’m not sure if that’s going to happen or not, “said Matt, 60, in a confessional about the season 22 finale that aired in August 2021.” We’re waiting and see. “
“They’ve had a pretty exciting last six months so maybe they just need some time to reevaluate, you know, where they are and what they’re doing”, Caryn Chandler, Matt’s girlfriend, added in their joint interview on camera. “There is a wedding on the horizon, we have just gotten out of COVID, the market is changing, so it is not out of the question”.
Matt added: “No, that’s not out of the question, but I’ll ask the question at some point.”
Later in the episode, Tori and Zach discuss buying the farm. “We’re moving to the farm, aren’t we moving to the farm?” Tori asked Zach.
“We’re not,” he told her. “We’re not moving to the farm.” When Tori asked if they would ever move to the farm, Zach replied, “Not in the short term.”
In their joint confessional, he explained why he was “happy” with the way things were at the time. “When it comes to owning the farm, I think my dad just needs to be a little more cooperative and I think the mentality and style that have taken him this far is absolutely fantastic, but it’s not a style I want to collaborate with. “, Zach added. “His way of doing things only works if he’s the only one doing things that way. I can’t live in that world. “