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Roloff Family Farm Opened Its Doors For ‘Little People, Big World’ Fans

Date March 22, 2018

“Little People, Big World” is the TV show about the life of the six-member Roloff family farm near Portland, Oregon. A lot of series are focused on the parents, Matt and Amy, and one of their children, Zach, who has dwarfism.

The show was first aired in 2006, and viewers had an opportunity to observe their family life and to watch their children grow up.

Now fans of the “Little People, Big World” show have an opportunity to look inside the farm. It is worth mentioning that Matt and Amy bought 34 acres in 1990, and have since expanded it. As a result, it has grown to be around 110 acres and is a successful agricultural business, event venue, and tourist destination during pumpkin season. A lot of work has been done!

Reportedly, the Roloff family is about to sell their property. In the latest promo for the upcoming season of the show, Amy and Matt discuss it as the next family’s step.

© Nikki Patsy / YouTube

© Nikki Patsy / YouTube

© Nikki Patsy / YouTube

If they really send it, thousands of people will be rather disappointed as they are used to watching this family’s adventures.

By the way, the “Little People, Big World” show gives us an opportunity to learn about dwarfism. Amy Roloff says:

TLC came to us about five or six years ago, and so we suddenly realized we were given a great opportunity to educate people about dwarfism. When it was offered that we do a show about our lives, my husband and I were like, "Wow, nothing like this has even been on the air." Nothing had depicted dwarfism in an everyday way. Lo and behold, a few episodes turned into six seasons. And here we are.

This show is definitely worth watching!

© Nikki Patsy / YouTube

© Nikki Patsy / YouTube

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