LITTLE People, Big World’s Matt Roloff has added huge exhibits to their family farm.
With the help of a construction crew, Matt introduced an eye-catching farming setup.
The installation is a gigantic brown pirate ship with a red stripe down the side and a massive anchor attached.
This landlocked ship has been relocated so that all “pumpkin season visitors” can enjoy it in a “very special way”, according to Matt.
It’s unclear what he plans to do with the ship, but the LPBW star said it was a “big surprise” that he was “very excited about”.
In the video, Matt said, “There are big big changes in the works here.”
The “big” changes have not been announced as of this article.
He also hopes to make the farm more “appealing” to potential buyers through these changes.
BIG FARM BIG PROBLEMS
Matt has spent a lot of time improving the farm since it was put up for sale for $4 million.
As Roloff Farm prepares for fall and pumpkin season, Matt shared some of the changes to the farm.
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He said: “We’re setting up a new thing to have a tent over the sandpit. We’ve got this ripped place – typical Matt Roloff fashion.”
There are also plans to install air guns, a food court, a field store and a play area on the farm.
Recently, fans have been complaining about the high farm admission that can help pay for upgrades.
Some of the loudest complaints about the farm come directly from the Roloffs.
After Matt deprived his children of buying the farm, his son Zach criticized him for being a bad grandfather.
The feud may have led to Zach and his family quitting the TLC show.
Although Matt seemed to reach out in an effort to reconcile with his son, it didn’t seem to bring Zach back to the family.
The farm did not break the whole family. Jacob Roloff helps his father on the farm.