Little People, Big World News Update: Roloff Family Farm In Trouble, Will COVID Close Them Down
Little People, Big World fans know that Roloff Farms is a successful endeavor based in Oregon. Viewers also understand that a huge bulk of the income comes in fall during the pumpkin season. Despite working on the farm and hiring new employees, could the property be in financial trouble due to COVID-19? Keep reading to find out more.
Little People Big World News: Building, Planting, and Hiring On Roloff Farm
As we previously reported, Matt Roloff has been busy working on the farm. Despite sometimes getting tired and frustrated, he isn’t selling the property. In fact, he recently hired at least one new employee. However, Roloff Farms earns a large amount of its income from the pumpkin season. But with the coronavirus pandemic not going away anytime soon, could the property end up in financial trouble?
Matt Roloff’s Baby – Little People Big World Updates
The Little People, Big World property is Matt’s baby and one of his sons has expressed interest in running the land as well. It’s a huge tourist attraction and everyone has been getting ready for fall. We know that Matt kept busy during quarantine, but what if the state of Oregon — or even the nation — goes back under lockdown?
Roloff Farms In Financial Trouble?
According to The Hollywood Gossip, there is a chance that the global health crisis could devastate Roloff Farms. However, before you panic, there is a light at the end of the rainbow. As someone who grew up on a farm, I will tell you that farms are always prepared for a bad season. Drought, floods, extended winters, broken machinery, irrigation problems, and just a bad crop can all be devastating financially by themselves. Even a family illness can cause a loss of revenue.
Now, Roloff farms doesn’t just get their money from crops. They also rely on being a tourism hot spot. But still, the same factors come into play here.
Little People, Big World’s Future Uncertain? Not Quite
The farm has been in operation for a long time and successful farms always have a layer of protection. Some years, farms have incredible profit, but other years can be a whole different story. I am pretty certain Matt is aware of this and has gone through bad seasons before. They will be okay as long as the bad seasons do not continue year after year.
While Matt expressed on Instagram that he was concerned that tourists wouldn’t flock to Roloff Farms, he was also trying to stay positive. We are also optimistic that they will be just fine and will come up with a creative way to bring in revenue despite restrictions.
Be sure to catch up on everything happening with the Roloff Family right now. Come back here often for Little People, Big World spoilers, news, and updates.