Little People patriarch Matt Roloff at risk of losing business license for $4M Oregon family farm amid feud with sons

LITTLE People, Big World patriarch Matt Roloff is at risk of losing his business license for his $4million Oregon family farm, as he continues to feud with his twin sons over ownership of the property. 

Matt, 61, owns and runs Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon, as the 143-acre property is known for its famous pumpkin season

Matt Roloff is at risk of losing his business license for Roloff Farms


Matt Roloff is at risk of losing his business license for Roloff FarmsCredit: TLC
Matt hosts the farm's famous pumpkin season every fall


Matt hosts the farm’s famous pumpkin season every fallCredit: Instagram/mattroloff

The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal Matt has yet to file an Annual Report for Roloff Family Farms Inc. 

According to the Oregon Secretary of State, the report was due on February 10, 2023, to keep the business license active. 

While the business, which Matt is listed as the president and secretary of, remains active today, the license is in jeopardy of being dissolved by the state. 


Matt has made no announcements about the 2023 pumpkin season, though he has continued to make improvements on his farm. 

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Matt recently revealed he is building a new home on Roloff Farms with his son Jacob that took five years to plan.

The U.S. Sun previously revealed details on the new home that he will likely live in with his longtime girlfriend, Caryn. 

The building permit obtained from Washington County Court in Oregon for a “residential house” was issued on February 15, 2023. 

The home will boast three bedrooms and three bathrooms. 

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The abode will also feature an attached garage, covered porch and deck.

Matt’s girlfriend refused to live in the main home, as he lived there with his then-wife Amy, who he was married to for 27 years.

They also raised their four children in the home.


Amy, 60, sparked rumors that pumpkin season will return for 2023. 

The U.S. Sun previously reported Amy filed an annual report in January 2023 to keep her business R Pumpkin Products, INC active. 

The company, which she launched in 2016, sells Pumpkin Salsa, BBQ and “other types of food products.”

The address for the business is Roloff Farms, as the items are likely sold during pumpkin season. 

Amy is listed as the president of the business, while Matt remains the secretary. 


The Little People, Big World star has been in a nasty feud with his twin sons, Jeremy and Zach, both 32, as they were unable to come to a financial agreement over the selling of the farm. 

On Little People, Big World, Matt refused his sons’ offers on the property.

The rejection ignited a rift between the pair, which Zach has talked about on the show.

He said: “The north side is the 30 acres my mom and dad shared, and the whole thing was weird, he starts making excuses… suddenly me and my wife are not good enough to run the farm.

“Whether we don’t have the money, don’t have the skillset.”

The argument has further caused a divide among the family, as Zach opted to take a step back from his duties at the farm.

Zach and his wife, Tori, made the decision to move from their Oregon home to their new $1million abode in Battle Ground, Washington.


Jeremy made a similar move, as he purchased his own farm with his wife, Audrey.

Jeremy previously put in an offer on the property, which Matt also did not accept.

Audrey wrote on Instagram around that time, saying that not buying the farm was the “death of a dream.”

Fans suspected at one point that Matt and his ex-wife Amy’s youngest son Jacob will take over the farm, as he is photographed there often working alongside his father. 

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Matt put 16 acres of the farm up for sale for a whopping $4million on May 12, including the main house.

He took it off the market in October 2022 and put the main house up for rent.

Matt's ex-wife, Amy, hinted pumpkin season will return for 2023


Matt’s ex-wife, Amy, hinted pumpkin season will return for 2023Credit: Instagram/Amy Roloff
Matt is currently feuding with his twin sons, Zach and Jeremy, over ownership of the farm


Matt is currently feuding with his twin sons, Zach and Jeremy, over ownership of the farmCredit: Instagram/jeremyroloff
The patriarch is building a new home on the property


The patriarch is building a new home on the propertyCredit: Instagram/mattroloff

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