LITTLE people, big world stars Matt Roloff has announced several new features at his Oregon farm.
Earlier this month, Matt, 61, disappointed fans by announcing he would not be doing private tours usually hosted by his son Zach and ex-wife Amy.
And the LPBW patriarch seemed keen to provide visitors with new entertainment by introducing a range of attractions.
During the annual pumpkin festival at the 106-acre, $4 million farm in October, customers can enjoy a trike track, bunny hutch and coffee house.
Roloff Farms wrote on their official Instagram account: “WHAT’S NEW AT THE FARM THIS YEAR?”
“Trike Track – Those of you who remember when we held our Pumpkin Festival on the other side of the farm may remember our beloved Trike Track. Well, we’ve put one up on the new side of the farm and we have a feeling it’s going to be a big hit!
“Bunny Hutch – This year we have four precious bunnies to look at and play with in our new bunny hutch! If there’s a staff member there, you might even get a chance to pet one (guests aren’t allowed to hold bunnies).
“Coffee House – A building perfectly located in the middle of the action is now serving hot coffee to our guests! We will also have hot tea, cider and hot chocolate available for purchase here.”
They concluded: “To name just a few! We are working hard to make this an unforgettable pumpkin season with our 2023 festival.”
“Come out, bring the family and join us in making some memories this fall.”
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This came after critics criticized Zach’s absence from this year’s festival.
“We have decided that we will not be offering private tours this year,” the farm’s account wrote last week.
“But good news! You can see so much of the farm on our wagon tours and there’s a good chance you’ll see Matt or Amy at our pumpkin festival during the day.”
A fan asked, “Is Zach doing tours this year?”
The account replied: “No, but other family members do.”
Fans vowed to boycott the festival, with one writing: “Not the same without Zach going on tour!” and another adding: “If Zach isn’t there I’m not going.”
The cancellation comes after The US Sun exclusively revealed that Zach and Tori are unlikely to return to LPBW next season.
NO ZACH AND TORI?
Matt’s wife Caryn Chandler’s son Connor confirmed that cameras are rolling again for another season, but Tori and Zach won’t be there.
Matt and Zach and Tori’s relationship has been on and off since the father of four decided not to sell a large portion of the Hillsboro, Oregon farm to the couple.
Tori and Zach moved to Washington with their three children, and Caryn’s son Connor said they rarely visit the big farm these days.
“From what I know, maybe [they visit] twice a year,” Connor told The US Sun.
“You know, they’ve obviously moved, they’ve moved away and despite all the indifference, they’re kind of doing their own thing.”
He continued: “I’ve heard through the grapevine that they don’t want to be in another season if the show goes on, they just want to do their own thing.”
“I think whether there’s a sequel or not, Zach and Tori probably won’t be in the next season.”
Matt’s other sons Jeremy and Jacob and daughter Molly also do not appear in the long-running series.