LITTLE People, Big World's Roloff family suffered a massive barn fire as terrifying "six-foot flames" were coming out of the farm and "smoke was pouring out" of the building.
Matt, 60, took to Instagram and revealed a "real scary story" that happened to his "110-year-old sweet building."
Firefighters arrived at the Roloff Farms due to a "fire in the chicken barn."
The Little People, Big World star managed to "save the barn" thanks to his farmhand Jason and their up-to-date fire extinguishers.
Just before four in the morning, the reality star saw "the commotion in the chicken barn outside my window."
Smoke was "pouring out the sides."
Luckily, there were "no chickens were injured in the event."
He claimed that the fire might have been "caused by a light falling to the floor."
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While shared snaps of burnt wood, Matt jokingly concluded that there was "never a dull moment here on the farm."
In the comments section, Jacob's wife, Isabel, 25, agreed and wrote: "Never a dull moment indeed," along with a laughing emoji.
Jacob and Isabel share their newborn baby Mateo.
The 100-acre farm in Helvetia – just 15 miles outside of Portland – is run by patriarch Matt after his divorce from his ex-wife, Amy.
The family purchased the “small fixer-upper” property back in 1990 when it was a “beat-up old farmhouse, broken down barn and overgrown peach orchard.”
Over the years, Roloff Farms has garnered visitors and can be seen on the TV show.
The Sun exclusively revealed that Matt's son, Jeremy, 31, received his student pilot certificate on July 23, 2021.
The new career move came after Jeremy and his brother, Zach, 31, chose not to move forward with purchasing Roloff Farms.
Back in May 2021, Matt revealed to a fan when he was asked if Jeremy bought the farm: “No, not yet. No, we haven’t settled what we’re going to do with the farm. It’s all being discussed actively.”
Audrey wrote on Instagram that if they had not bought the farm, it was the “death of a dream.”
Jeremy and Audrey are the parents of daughter Ember, three, son Bode, one, and their newborn baby Radley.
Son Zach also expressed his desire to buy the farm, but he ended up moving to Washington with his wife Tori and their two children – Jackson, four, and Lilah, one – in October.
When asked about buying the farm, Tori wrote on her Instagram Story: “Some things just don’t go according to plan. But it all worked out for us.”
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