LITTLE People, Big World critics have ripped Matt Roloff for charging an admission fee deemed far too high for fans to visit the famous farm.
He previously attempted to sell a portion of the property for $4M, causing a rift among his family.
He directed interested parties to his bio, where they could find a link to purchase tickets for $27 per person over three years of age.
Pumpkins can be purchased from the farm for $.74 per pound.
Fans, however, seemed to think the prices were a little steep, even with young children getting in free.
One critic commented: “No more will we spend money here.”
Another complained: “Oh, way too pricey. I’ll pass.”
Some, however, were eager to visit and wished the family well.
“We just moved here and this is one of our greatest highlights! Super excited!” one fan wrote.
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Another wrote: “I would want to go, but I m from Brazil.”
“Can’t wait to see what changes have been made,” someone else commented.
Eagle-eyed supporters of the LPBW and the Roloff family noted a major clue that things between the father-son duo are getting better.
Zach posted a group photo of himself posing with his soccer team early last week.
Captioned, “Had an incredible time playing futsal in Ixtapaluca, Mexico this past weekend,” the father-of-three is pictured celebrating a group effort with his teammates.
The TLC star continued: “Mexican hospitality was amazing and always a great time playing with the boys. We went down 0-3 in [the] first half of the main game but came back to tie but lost in pks!”
Zach’s mom Amy, 59, commented on the photo, writing “Amazing. Glad you made it there. What an experience.”
While the 32-year-old’s father Matt, 60, “liked” his son’s post.
ALL IS WELL?
A user on Reddit reposted the photo on a the series dedicated Reddit board.
Fans were quick to point out that the family patriarch had shown love to the son he’s currently at odds with.
One person commented, “Is this some alternate universe? Also ‘liked by Matt Rolloff.'”
While another fan mentioned: “He seems like he’s thriving [without] his dad.”
The change of heart comes after Matt seemingly took a dig at both Zach and his other son Jeremy, the latter also scorned by the sale of the farm.
The alleged diss went down on Instagram where Matt announced he was searching for “strong and reliable” employees to help around the farm.
In Matt’s post, he smiled for a selfie with his youngest son Jacob, 25, and they both wore hard hats.
Matt included text on his Instagram post: “Make your resume stand out!”
He continued: “Looking to immediately hire strong and reliable employees at Roloff Farms for our world-famous pumpkin patch season.”
Matt detailed: “Tasks will include but are not limited to: tent setting up and down, lawn mowing, weed whacking, parking lot setting up, moving hay bales and working closely with our farm artist.”
The star said: “Employees must have their own reliable transportation and a good attitude as a team player.”
Matt captioned his post: “Help us spread the word!”
Matt put 16 acres of the farm up for sale for an eye-opening $4million on May 12 – and since his bold decision, the family has been fighting over his choice to give up the land.
The father-of-four has been feuding with his twin sons, as he was unable to come to a financial agreement over the selling of the farm.
Amy, Matt’s ex-wife, said on the season finale: “I think you went crazy or something. I don’t know the details of the negotiation with the two boys. For the price it is, the kids can’t afford that.”
Matt responded: “The good news is, there is 93 acres for this family.”
Amy fired back: “No, there are 93 acres for Matt Roloff. It’s not part of the family anymore.”