Little people, BIG farm!

For years, watching Little People, Big World for years almost feels like we’ve been invited on the Roloff Family Farm year after year for pumpkin season — but being that most of us don’t don’t live in Helvetia, OR, many fans probably don’t realize just how big the beloved family farm actually is!

So how big is it? According to a Facebook that Matt Roloff shared back in 2011, the farm grew from 34 acres to 110 acres — which is basically tripling in size! As fans of the show may remember, this was no small task, as Matt butted heads with the local zoning government when he decided to follow his dream and expand the farm.

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For those unfamiliar with the farm, it’s more than just the place that Matt, Amy, and their children call home — it’s also the family’s business, where they grow a pumpkin patch and have giant “unique structures” where Jeremy, Zach, Molly, and Jacob grew up playing.

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But for the Roloff children, the farm holds serious sentimental value. When Tori and Zach lost their beloved pup, Sully, the new mama shared her heartbreak after losing the visions she had of her baby and her pup “romping around the farm.” The farms is also where Zach and Tori met, as she was an employee on the farm when they were first introduced through mutual friends.

The farm is important to Audrey and Jeremy, too, as they shared their desire to be closer to the farm when their daughter arrives at the end of this summer.

“I’m more inclinded to raise a family closer to the farm and our families ‘cause I thought that as aways what we wanted,” she explained to her husband in one episode of LPBW.

If you can’t get to the farm — like many of us — there is a way to bring a little bit of Roloff Farms to you by ordering their pumpkin salsa right to your door!