Three generations of the Roloff family have enjoyed Roloff Farms.
But now, fans are terrified that Little People, Big World stars Matt Roloff and his ex-wife, Amy Roloff, will sell the farm.
They have a lot of reasons to worry -- because Matt and Amy have both openly discussed the diea.
So, what is the future of Roloff Farms?
Let's take a look at what we know -- and what fans fear.
Roloff Farms is the family home
But will Matt and Amy ultimately sell the place where they raised their children?
Matt has openly discussed the idea
Matt told his ex-wife Amy: "We’ve been talking a lot about the farm. Trying to figure out how to keep it or not keep it."
Matt has even called the farm a burden
"There's part of me that wants to keep the farm and build a house that suits me, but part of me just wants to sell the farm and liquidate it and move on. It's a burden."
Amy has her own life now
Amy and Matt are at very different places in their lives than they were in 1980. They're divorced grandparents, for one thing.
Audrey and Jeremy are leaving the show
Auj and Jer broke the news on social media that they're leaving Little People, Big World
The show will go on, but will they ditch the farm?
if you can do the show without half of the Roloffs, you can do the show without the farm.
Matt has already purchased a new house
The home he purchased from Caryn Chandler's parents in Surprise, Arizona is allegedly just going to be a vacation home.
But it's Amy Roloff who really got fans talking
See, she made a post not too long ago that made a lot of fans worry that she's preparing for a big move.
Amy has already moved on ... romantically
Amy is dating Chris Marek, whether fans like it or not
Amy mentioned that she was "purging" her home
To be clear, she said that she was just doing Spring Cleaning. But sometimes a major house clean is a prelude to packing and moving.
Amy seems destined to move off of the farm
if Amy moves in with Chris Marek, will that be the final nail in the coffin of Roloff Farms?
And Matt, of course, has Caryn
"I just want my own path away from the farm, away from Amy," Matt has admitted to fans. "It’s always going to be awkward."
Caryn wants to get far away from Amy
...Even if that means leaving the farm. Caryn said: "I don’t want to make a decision in our relationship based on what Amy might do in the future. I want to make our own decisions."
Amy has openly discussed future homes
"I have to begin to get my head and mind wrapped around the fact that the farm has a much stronger possibility as not being a forever house that I live in until I die," Amy said. "I’ve been starting to consider moving out of the farm, and I’ve been looking at houses."
Is it even realistic for them to stay?
Some fans fear that a pair of divorced and disabled grandparents don't need to be working a farm.
Besides, Matt and Amy are exes
They will always be connected, through their children and grandchildren. But their connection through the farm may be a source of undue stress.
On the other hand ...
Roloff Farms aren't just part of their lives and their show -- both of those can survive selling the farm. Roloff Farms is also key to their brand.
Fans are begging them to keep the farm
But ultimately, this will be up to Matt and Amy. Only time will tell what they decide.
Until then, fans should cherish these moments
Auj and Jer may be gone, but we're going to see a lot of Zach, Tori, and Jackson in future episodes.