Matt Roloff is auctioning off some of his family's history this Saturday after his war with ex-wife Amy!
The Little People, Big World patriarch told fans via Instagram on Friday, September 13, with a photo of a cleared part of the famed Roloff Farms, "Everything is getting set out for the big farm auction this Saturday @rolofffarms..cleaning out all the barns the past several months ..our precious family Ford Expedition is going to the highest bidder."
Matt poignantly added in his post, "Kinda sad thinking about all the family trips we made in that rig over the years."
He continued, "So much more for sale. Tons of random things for sale."
The TV star, 57, encouraged followers to come on down and bid, hinting the auction would be filmed for LPBW. He wrote at the end, "Oh. And wear your favorite shirt. You might be on tv one day bidding on my favorite old coffee table"
The LPBW patriarch's moves to transform the farm come after RadarOnline.com exclusively reported that his ex Amy, 54, recently sold a portion of the iconic property to Matt for a whopping $667,000.
Since then, Matt has been on a cleaning and clearing mission!
On Saturday, July 20, he posted an Instagram photo from the farm that showed his cleaning implements.
He captioned it, "It's no secret to people who know me well…I like things neat and organized and well kept…don't always achieve my goals but I sure love it when it happens."
Matt continued, telling fans, "Been on a cleaning rampage the past few days..gonna whip this farm into shape if it kills me. I'm feeling a major yard sell in the near future."
And now, that sale is happening, apparently without Amy's input.
Earlier, Matt, whose girlfriend is Caryn Chandler, had also shared a photo of the family treehouse, admitting he would be tearing it down.
On August 31, Matt posted a picture of himself, sons Jeremy and Zach, and Zach's little son Jackson standing in front of the beloved Roloff Farms treehouse.
He captioned it: "The last photo of the wrecking crew while the treehouse was still standing..photo taken right before I crawled in the Escavator and finished the job."